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Summary

If you can't trust your family....

A family at war. A mother who comes out fighting....

Maureen Hutton's life has never been easy. Married to an alcoholic and stuck on a council estate in East London, she scrimps and saves to bring up her three children alone.

Murder, the underworld, drug addiction - over four decades Maureen sticks by her blood through thick and thin. But then the unforgivable happens. Maureen is told a terrible secret which threatens to rip her family apart. She can't say anything. She is too frightened of causing a bloodbath.

The only thing Maureen can do is to get rid of the betrayer before it is too late.

©2017 HarperCollins Publishers (P)2017 Kimberley Chambers

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Great writer!!

Loved this book. Kimberley chambers is a brilliant author.. can not wait for her next book .

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Brilliant book &Narrator

Great story. But the Narrator Annie Aldington always (If possible) makes it even better. Loved it.

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Another great book from Kimberley chambers

I'm a real fan of Kimberley chambers and this is another great listen.
You get to know the characters and real invest in them as they come to life.
I also love anything narrated by Anne Aldridge. She's an excellent narrator!!

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Brilliant!

The suspense is so real and it felt like I was holding my breath right till the last sentence.

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Absolutely brilliant story

loved it from the start and through till the end. definitely recommend that you listen. great entertainment.

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ANOTHER BELTER

I loved The Betrayer listened to it within a day. I hope that there will be a follow up to it. I have to know Kimberley PLEASE PLEASE let there be another. Thank you for another belter of a book

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exceptional page turner

loved this book, gritty, funny, heartbreaking, trials and tribulations of a family you almost think are real, I defy you fo put it down.

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Predictable rubbish

Sorry this was awful went nowhere from start to finish, is this the same writer who wrote the fantastic Betrayal?

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It can't end there!!!!

I sincerely hope there is a sequel to this book. Was totally hooked. Kimberly chambers is a real favourite of mine.

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The betrayer

Another brilliant book enjoyed immensely, just hope in the follow up book that Elthel keeps a machine gun hidden under her blanket when she relieves her monster of a grandson Tommy assets.
Great story, and very well narrated by the brilliant Annie Aldington

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