The Betrayal Game by David L. Robbins
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The Betrayal Game Summary
The breathtaking new thriller by suspense master David L. Robbins of a conspiracy so explosive, it could only be told as fiction. You know only half the story. Now the other half will blow you away.
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"In this slow-moving and excessively talky novel, 16 years have passed (since The Assassins Gallery (2006), and Lemmeck, though overweight and overage, is still just as lethal." - Library Journal.
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David L. Robbins Author Biography
David L. Robbins was born in Richmond, Virginia, on March 10, 1954. He grew up in
Sandston, a small town east of Richmond out by the airport, for his father was
among the first to sit behind the new radar scope in the air traffic control
tower. Both his parents, Sam and Carol, were veterans of WWII. Sam saw action in
the Pacific, especially at Pearl Harbor.
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