Midwest Book Review has posted this review at their website for April 2012 for Object of Betrayal in the The Mystery/Suspense Shelf section. see review
Our secrets are hidden in layers and layers behind everything. “Object of Betrayal” follows former Navy man Matt Doyle as his attempts to become a writer are derailed by the deep corruption of the mob and the death that follows. As the plot expands to include a monastery, a burned inn, and a chance at love, truth will turn stranger than fiction. “Object of Betrayal” is a fun and fast paced read that should prove hard to put down.