Foul Play

Foul Play Atlanta is buzzing with excitement over the formation of a glamorous new enterprise that promises huge rewards to those at the top Billie Murphy a public relations representative and parttime fiction

  • Title: Foul Play
  • Author: Betsy Brannon Green
  • ISBN: 9781591565123
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Atlanta is buzzing with excitement over the formation of a glamorous new enterprise that promises huge rewards to those at the top Billie Murphy, a public relations representative and parttime fiction writer, has been watching from the sidelines But not for long Soon forces beyond her control will draw her into a deadly game of fraud and deceit initiated by those who wiAtlanta is buzzing with excitement over the formation of a glamorous new enterprise that promises huge rewards to those at the top Billie Murphy, a public relations representative and parttime fiction writer, has been watching from the sidelines But not for long Soon forces beyond her control will draw her into a deadly game of fraud and deceit initiated by those who will stop at nothing even murder to win To survive, Billie must trust a man whose reassuring exterior hides a devastating past But time is running out Foul Play, by master storyteller Betsy Brannon Green, is an emotionally charged romantic thriller that will keep you glued to each suspense filled page.

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    1. Betsy Brannon Green

      WELCOME If you re not familiar with my books, I write mystery suspense novels I am LDS Mormon and so are some of my characters, but I have loyal readers from many different faiths My goal is to engage the reader in my books I want to make them laugh and cry and worry and dread the end.Most of my books are set in the fictional town of Haggerty, Georgia which is loosely based on my grandparents hometown of Headland, Alabama the most wonderful place on earth Each book has an ample supply of romance, suspense, Southern hospitality and even recipies by Betsy Brannon Green on betsybrannongreen

    953 thoughts on “Foul Play”

    1. The bad of this book overshadowed the good. It spilled into everything and tainted what could have been an enjoyable little novel. The story revolves around an innocent city employee in Atlanta who gets caught up in a mob plot. The mob discovers this, and tries to have her killed. She is forced to go on the run with a new (good-looking, young, single, male) friend to save her life.All this is fine, it's good. The problem is the skewed set of values the author seems to possess. She is a Mormon an [...]

    2. Billie Murphy, a single full-time public relations representative with Georgia Chamber of commerce and part-time fiction writer gets involved in a whole mess of trouble ending up running from someone trying to killher, falling in love with a guy whose back past has made him afraid toever get married, and have a family.One of the best parts is when the so called agent hands her a tuna sand-wich! WARNING! The real agent had asked her if she wanted one, She hadanswered her with a clever reply. Now [...]

    3. This was almost a 4 star but Betsy Brannon Green's books seem like they need one more edit to be really good and get the bugs out and tighten the story. Billie Murphy works for the Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta and is roped into taking a group of people from Utah around the state to look at properties to build a paper mill on. That means she has to give up her vacation which is a cruise and spend a week showing the people around the state. Then things start to go wrong and people get killed and [...]

    4. I actually really enjoyed this book except for one minor detail. There is a crucial part of the story that only becomes crucial because the heroine doesn't save ANY emails. Really? Someone now that deletes both sent and received emails? The book claims it is because the box is too full, which is a very real situation, but any sane person would get rid of the OLD emails that they no longer need instead of the stuff they just sent off. It seems almost too minor to mention, but man did it bug me!

    5. This is the first book I've read by this author, but I'm planning to read more. It was suspenseful and I had to read it all in one day so that I could find out what happened. I was even surprised at the end, although I thought the love story 'cleaned up' a little too quickly. It was difficult keeping up with who was who at the beginning, but I liked the characters - those who know me will be amazed to hear that I was actually able to keep from reading the end!

    6. Liked this authors style of writing. My sister recommended her as the "LDS Grisham" and I think I agree. I loved that the story was well written and suspenseful without having all the blood, violence, and bad language.

    7. The plot of this book was interesting, it got my attention right away, however, I did not like the way the author threw in some LDS gospel concepts. I felt the main character got a bit too "preachy" sometimes. The story could have held its own without the preaching.

    8. This was an entertaining book. I was getting a little lost at the beginning but as the story developed it started to make more sense. I felt a few things were left hanging so I am looking for a sequel.

    9. I love her as an author. I enjoy her books although they all have about the same theme. However, they are just different enough to hold my attention. I love the older grandma ladies and they just keep me laughing!

    10. This was nice for a little escape reading. I think Betsy Brannon Green develops interesting characters, and I enjoyed the twist at the end.

    11. Just when you think you've figured out the mystery, she knows how to throw a few twists in. I'm always taken by surprise at the end!

    12. Book on CD. This was a fast book, and the mystery was okay. Clean read, so that makes it more of a 2 and a 1/2 stars.

    13. A romance novelist involved with a romance of her own while a football league and evil plots swirl around them. Good fun!

    14. Pretty good story of a PR rep and part time writer in Georgia who gets wrapped up in a controversy and then has her life threatened. LDS Fiction.

    15. PR person for chamber of commerce entertains a group from Utah, solves a conspiracy to rob citizens, and falls in love. Lots of twists and turns which made it a good book.

    16. I had a harder time getting into this book than I did her others. This one seems a bit far fetched, but still a fun mystery and I couldn't have guessed the ending.

    17. Betsy Brannon Green is an LDS writer. This is a thriller with a little romance thrown in. Simple plot and characterizations. Very clean. Engaging enough to keep me sewing. Liked the reader.

    18. I enjoy all of the Haggerty mysteries. I also enjoy her recipes at the end of the book. These are always a good mystery book.

    19. My favorite Betsy Brannon Green so far. The ending wrapped up a little too neat and quickly but I thought overall it was an enjoyable book.

    20. Great book, easy read. It is a mystery with a romance written by an LDS author. I really enjoyed reading an LDS romance that you didn't know exactly what was going to happen next.

    21. I like Betsy Brannon Green's books, even though they're all basically the same. I liked this one, but I did think Billie was a little mean to Nathan. He was so sweet and pathetic.

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