A Woman Betrayed by Barbara Delinsky
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Laura Frye's world implodes when her husband of 20 years disappears. When an IRS agent shows up accusing him of tax fraud, Laura realizes that his disappearance isn't accidental. As with other Delinsky novels I've read, this is a story in which the protagonist is forced to reexamine past choices, and is given an opportunity to choose a different path. In this novel, the characters are likable and the ending is happy. I like the way Delinsky includes enough setting detail that shows she's familiar with the geographic area which helps make the novel more realistic, even if some of the plot elements are not.
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