A Heart to Betray


    'The war you have with you always…' An unexplained disappearance during the Blitz… A wartime betrayal in Occupied France… Seventeen years later, Alan Cawley realises that someone from the past is trying to kill the woman he loves. He explores her mysterious past in an effort to unmask her enemy. But will he be too late to save her? This is Michael Limmer's third full-length thriller, his previous being Don't Start Now (2013), which is also available as an e-book. All profits from his writings are shared between three Christian charities: Child & Family Aid, assisting poor and homeless families in Romania; Starfish Asia, helping to educate children from the poorest families in Pakistan; and Barnabas Fund, aiding persecuted Christian minorities world-wide.

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    Number of Pages: 299
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781784561765
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    Listed in: Crime & mystery
    Publisher: Upfront Publishing

    Books by Michael Limmer


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