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Overview: Unjust Revenge

Unjust Revenge is a spine-chilling tale of a mother's ugliest nightmare; the story spins around the mysterious disappearance of the protagonist's (Beth Oliver) daughter. Katie Oliver, the 17-year-old daughter of the protagonist goes missing in the night of a mother-daughter fashion show. Beth Oliver is a detective chief inspector of the London Metropolitan Police. Is the kidnapping a result of something that she has done in the past as a part of her job? Will it bring a change in the mother-daughter relationship? As the story moves ahead, the author unfolds Beth's disturbed relationship with her husband, Matt Oliver, a prominent paediatrician. It also shows how the kidnapping either brings a change in their relationship or worsens it. This is an intriguing and mysterious story that has a tinge of emotions involved in human relationships.

Plot Of The Story

Beth and Matt's marriage has always been a little rocky due to Beth's demanding job. Things get worse when their teenage daughter, Katie, is kidnapped in the evening of a fashion show. Katie survives the ordeal, but she is exposed to a hidden secret in her mother's past. The secret exposes a lot from Beth's past that has remained unknown to her family. More than what she has done, why she has done it brings in more thrill and intrigues the readers to flip the pages. Will both daughter and spouse forgive Beth, or will the family split? The book is a gripping psychological thriller and a crime novel, all packed in one.

About The Author

The author, Isabel Brett was born and raised in Scotland. The paperback edition of the book is published by XLIBRIS in English, with an ISBN-10: 1483675009 and an ISBN-13: 978-1483675008. The book Unjust Revenge is her debut novel into the Psychological thrillers and crime genre, which will soon be followed by Senseless Revenge and Evil Revenge. You can order online this gripping novel to find out the truth, and get it delivered at your doorstep.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date August 29, 2013
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Contributor(s) Isabel Bratt
Binding Paperback
Page Count 332
ISBN 10 1483675009
ISBN 13 9781483675008
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 486 grams
Product Dimensions 15.2 cm x 2.1 cm x 22.9 cm
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  1. 1 of 1 people found this review helpful
     A compelling read... 16 December, 2013 On
    A chilling tale of a mother’s worst nightmare, Unjust Revenge revolves around the mysterious disappearance of the protagonist’s daughter.

    Katie Oliver attends St. Andrews School, a competitive all-girls high school in London. She is very excited to participate in the mother-daughter fashion show that the school is putting on, but when her mother Beth, a Detective Chief Investigator (DCI) with the London police department, doesn’t arrive, she impulsively runs from the auditorium, upset that her workaholic mother is, once again, a no-show. When Katie doesn’t resurface after the show, Beth and her husband, Matt, are forced to wonder whether something sinister has happened to their beloved daughter.

    The novel starts out simply enough: a fashion show at a high school. But things quickly fall apart as Matt begins to blame Beth for Katie’s disappearance. Author Isabel Bratt keeps the novel moving at a steady pace; she develops her characters well and writes in a straightforward, breezy manner. Readers will be hooked on the plot, wanting to know what happened to Katie and whether or not she’ll ever be found.

    There are some minor drawbacks to the reading experience, however. The author’s ubiquitous use of passive voice (“Next, the door was opened, and Beth’s hospital bed was rushed down the corridor…”) can be jarring. The dialogue’s stilted and unrealistic nature is distracting (a teenage girl isn’t likely to say, “Hey! Don’t crease my dress or mess my hair”). And an editor’s eye could have pinpointed punctuation errors and other details (such as the misspelling of Chanel as Channel).

    That being said, the strength of the plot and questions surrounding Katie’s disappearance overcome these technical frustrations. Overall, the story is engaging and compelling enough to keep mystery fans hooked throughout.
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