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Betrayal (Empty Coffin Novel)

Betrayal (Empty Coffin Novel)

Gregg Olsen
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4.8 of 5
Splinter (2012)
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7 Reviews
  • Betrayal - the 2nd in the Empty Coffin series is based on events and similarities from the Amanda Knox case. It offers more suspense, drama and bone chilling details like its predecessor, Envy (Empty Coffin). Brianna's Halloween party is the event of the year and drop ins come by as well as invited guests. After the party, Bree finds foreign exchange student, Olivia Grant in her bedroom dead. Bree does not grieve over her friend, in fact, her behavior afterward is incriminating making her suspect. But remember, things aren't always what they seem. Like Envy, Betrayal has many twists and turns.

    The twins: Hayley and Taylor are back as they work to piece together events of the murder using their special abilities (paranormal skills) and not only that, but they dig into their past with info that their mother is hiding from them. I like the way Hay/Tay work together and figure things out as they piece events together. I liked the way that Hay/Tay questioned the suspects (I will not give names) in the hospital as they were hospitalized themselves.

    I really like the similarities between the Ryan family and the Olsen family. Dad/Kevin is a true crime writer, Valerie/mom is a psychiatric nurse and they have twin daughters with a daschund, Suri/Hedda.

    Like Envy, the ending caught me by surprise. Not what I thought it to be. I highly recommend both Envy and Betrayal. Looking forward to the 3rd installment in the Empty Coffin series.

  • I actually found, AFTER I purchased this novel, that is was in the nivel I had purchased that had both this novel and another one in it... so I essentially wasted my.money buying this novel.

  • Wow! Could hardly put it down. Twists and turns. Interesting from the start and gets even better as the mystery evolves. And the end--yikes! Had to go back and reread that last paragraph. But don't cheat and jump ahead, that would just spoil the book for you.

  • I'll preface this by saying this series by him are very much directed to a young audience, unlike all other true crime books he's written. But, maybe it's just me, even though these were mostly mindless, fun reading books, I really enjoyed the two out thus far. He stays true to his genre of crime stories but does a good job of adapting it for a younger audience. If you want a quick, fun easy read these are good for that yet good enough to keep your attention. That's rare for me...

  • Didn't realize this was written for young adults. I thought it was great. It is the second in a series....hoping there is a third. It is advantageous if you read the the first book before this one. Envy. Also it is based in the Northwest near where I live.

  • Gregg Olsen is one of the best authors out there. He has done it again. A teenager from England is murdered at a Hollyween party. She has only been in the States for a few months & has no enemy's. Solving the crime is hard for the sheriff of a small town. There are very few clue's if any. The answer will surprise you.

  • I can't say enough about this author other than I just love every thing he writes! You don't want to put his books down

  • Very good. Read it straight through. He is a very good writer. Plot was over,very good. Will follow this author.