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In this action-packed thriller sequel to Envy, foreign exchange student Olivia Grant is stabbed to death after a party--and the prime suspect is her best friend. As twins Hayley and Taylor Ryan get pulled into the aftermath of this Amanda Knox-like crime, they realize nothing is what it seems. Could it be betrayal of the ultimate kind?
About the Author
New York Times bestselling and award-winning author Gregg Olsen made his young adult fiction debut with Empty Coffin, a suspenseful thriller series inspired by the most scandalous true crimes in recent history. With eight novels, eight nonfiction books, a critically acclaimed short story, and sales of over one million copies to his credit, Olsen expertly explores the dark underbelly of society and masterfully brings to light each chilling tale. His debut young adult novel, Envy, was chosen as the Washington state selection for the National Book Festival. Considered one of the country s foremost true crime experts, Olsen brings his edgy storytelling talents to Betrayal, the follow-up to Envy.
“Gregg Olsen's Envy is a riveting page-turner that I could not put down. Like Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why, Envy explores a serious topic--cyberbullying--in a fantastic, well-crafted story. Can't wait for the next Empty Coffin novel!”-Nancy Holder, New York Times bestselling author of the Wicked saga, Dear Bully contributor “Gregg Olsen's Envy offers an interesting view on the devastating effects bullying can have, not only on the individuals involved from both sides, but on the community at large.”-Bree Despain, author of The Dark Divine trilogy
"Sure to spice up your reading repertoire!" -GirlsLife.com
"Olsen's characters jump to life and his plots are so intricate you never see the killer coming….a definite hit!"-RT Book Reviews “Dark and addictive…”-Jordan Dane, critically acclaimed author of In the Arms of Stone Angels “Olsen writes with authority, drawing inspiration from actual headlines and crime…”-Publishers Weekly