The Betrayed by Kate Kray

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A first novel of crime, gangsters, and a woman trying to walk away, from true-crime author Kate Kray

 

Rosie was a beautiful, young actress when she fell in love with Johnny Mullins, the notorious London gangster. But their married life was far from what she had hoped it would be and was marred by drug abuse and violence. After Johnny was arrested and sentenced to 18 years, it became clear that their relationship was doomed to fail. Now, years later, and for the first time in a long time, life is finally looking up for Rosie Mullins. She has confronted her jealous husband and told him that she wants out, her acting career has taken off, and she has fallen into a new relationship with a top TV executive. All too quickly, however, she finds that Johnny’s influence extends far beyond the prison walls that contain him. To make matters worse, his intensely loyal twin brother, "Mad Dog" Eddie, is proving to be every bit as dangerous as her husband. Betrayed by those who had sworn to protect her and cornered by her past, Rosie has to fight with every breath to protect herself and her beloved daughter, Ruby. She finds herself forced to play a very, very dangerous game; setting her old family against her new one.

 

About Kate Kray

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Kate Kray, the former wife of gangster Ronnie Kray, is the bestselling true-crime author of such books as The World's 20 Worst Crimes and Ultimate Hard Bastards.
 
Published July 30, 2010 by John Blake. 273 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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