Movement Magazine

Secret Betrayal

Thomas Bellflower April 13, 2015

Reviews by Gary Roen

Fiction of World War II is still very popular and “Secret Betrayal” had a great premise that fizzled shortly into the novel and never recovered. An American general involved in the planning of D Day is missing.   He later learns from his German kidnappers that they have made it appear he was involved in an accident that took his life.  To the Allied forces he is dead.  The Germans know he is one of the planners of the allied attack and they want to know details of what he knows   Starting out it seems like this would be interesting reading but the story got bogged down in too many sub-plots that made the rest of “Secret Betrayal” unbelievable.


Secret Betrayal

By Michael Willamson

Experion Publishing Co

2905 Lake East DR. Suite 150, Las Vegas, Nevada 89117




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