Framing the Dialogue

Ultimate Betrayal

In Ultimate Betrayal we meet David Hood from South Philadelphia who survived serving in Afghanistan and has come home to own a very successful business.  All things seem great as he marries his dream girl and they have two beautiful children.  David has struggled and has lost the belief that good will triumph. Upon the deaths of his family he is left with nothing but revenge.

“Hood was a pissant. A small businessman who had neither the skills nor the resources to go up against a powerful man. If Toney performed, Hood would be an insignificant casualty no one would miss. In the general scheme of things, a thousand Hoods would always be sacrificed so leaders could prosper. That was the natural order of the universe.”

This is a well-written and fast-paced novel and a story of survival against great odds.

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