Join Sharon Donovan, author of the suspense thriller novel, Mask of the Betrayer (Whimsical Publications), as she virtually tours the blogosphere on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book.
In Mask of the Betrayer, Michael DeVeccio is the nephew of a gangster Carlos DeVeccio who raised Michael since he was twelve and taught him that it was acceptable to kill anyone who gets in your way. Michael is rich, believes he is God and a psychopath. He wants the DeVeccio dynasty to live on and when he meets Margot, he thinks she is the one to carry on the DeVeccio legacy. There is a serial killer on the loose called the Red Rock Slasher who leaves his signature-a skull mask on the corpse. When A homicide cop realizes the crimes are the reenactment of a case never solved ten years ago-all fingers point to Michael DeVeccio. And when Margot realizes she is married to the killer, her life becomes a living nightmare. What happens to Margot and does Michael get what he deserves? I guess you have to read the book to find out.
About the Author-
Sharon Donovan lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her family. Prior to the loss of her vision, she was a legal secretary for the Court of Common Pleas where she prepared cases for judges in Domestic Relations. Painting was her passion. When she could no longer paint, she began attending creative writing classes and memoir workshops. After a long and winding road, a new dream arose. Today, instead of painting her pictures on canvas, Sharon paints her pictures with words.
Sharon writes stories of inspiration and suspense. She has certificates in business and medical transcription. She is a published author with The Wild Rose Press, White Rose Publishing, Whimsical Publications and Chicken Soup for the Soul. Echo of a Raven received a CTRR award for outstanding writing, and The Claddagh Ring is a 2009 CAPA nominee. To read excerpts and reviews of Sharon’s books and to sign up for her newsletter, visit her website at www.sharonadonovan.com.
I loved the book but I really disliked Michael. I was at the edge of my seat and I wanted Margot to run away and get away from the psychopath. It was hard for me to put the book down. I was happy it was summer vacation and I did not read it on a school night. The characters were developed fully and I could feel Margot's emotions. There was twists and turns throughout the book that made it even more exciting. This was one of the best books that I have read this year! I cannot wait to see what happens to Margot in the next book of the series, Vendetta.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book for my honest review and I was not compensated for my review.