Rosie, back at work after recovering from injuries, senses the disappearance of a barmaid from a notorious Rangers’ pub with rumoured UVF connections may be key to something far bigger.
The murder of two minor drug dealers also appears to be connected – and when she persuades a friend of the missing girl to talk, a major plot to import drugs, using Glasgow Rangers’ fan trips to European games as cover comes to light.
She tracks the local UVF commander, a thuggish and thoroughly despicable character and his minders, one the boyfriend of the missing barmaid, to Holland and Spain and a dramatic showdown in the ancient city of Seville where she once again puts her life at risk.
Reviews for Betrayed:
This book is really, really good. In addition to being another superb outing for Rosie, the reporter for The Post in Glasgow, it touches upon a controversial, uncomfortable subject and handles it extremely well. As usual with books by Anna Smith, I was captivated before the end of the first page, and spent the whole of the book wondering if things would turn out OK in the end: that’s the great thing about books by this lady – you can never be too sure.
Provocative, shocking and utterly harrowing the fourth Rosie Gilmour novel grips like a vice from the moment she sniffs a killer headline, until it's splashed across the front pages - Daily Record
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