You betrayed me / Lisa Jackson.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|North Kansas City Public Library||FICTION JACKSON (Text)||0001002376133||Fiction New||Checked out||12/13/2020|
- ISBN: 1496722221
- ISBN: 9781496722225
- Physical Description: 444 pages ; 24 cm.
- Edition: First Kensington hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Books, 
The Cahills of San Francisco are famous for two things: their vast wealth, and the scandals that surround them. Murder, greed, deadly ambition...some people will do anything to get, and keep, the Cahills' kind of money. Not that James Cahill wants any of it. He's tried to make his own way, less interested in a future inheritance than in his construction company-and in enjoying the many women taken in by the easy charms of a handsome, soon-to-be-rich bad boy. Perhaps there've been too many women. Waking up in a small hospital in Washington State, bandaged and bruised, James barely recognizes the gorgeous blonde who comes to visit. Through the haze of pain and medication, he recalls that she is Sophia, the woman he's been cheating with. Gradually memories return-his girlfriend, Megan, had found out about Sophia. Now Megan is missing, her sister, Rebecca, is hounding him-and police and reporters are asking questions too. James insists he has no idea what happened. Yet he can't escape a feeling of dread...Meanwhile, in a locked room, a woman waits, trapped, petrified, and desperate. She thought she knew who to trust. But the betrayal you can't imagine-or can't remember-may be the most terrifying weapon of all...
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