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Priceless Betrayal

A victim who dies twice. A web of deceit. With the help of her friends, can an amateur sleuth crack the case, or will she pay the ultimate price?

Trainee antique expert, Dotty Sayers, knows she’s in trouble when a dead body disappears.  She’s relieved the victim is alive, but her confusion turns to alarm when she finds him dead, again.

It’s all smoke and mirrors as evidence mounts against this amateur detective, and convinced she’s deceived them, her police associates turn their backs on her.  With only her close friends believing she’s innocent, she’s determined to clear her name.

Can Dotty uncover the truth before she’s stabbed in the back?

Priceless Betrayal is the sixth book in the captivating Dotty Sayers Antique Mystery series.  If you like puzzling mysteries, engaging characters and the quintessential English countryside, you’ll be enraptured by this page-turning whodunit.

Buy Priceless Revenge today and blow the whistle on this crime.

📖 What Readers have to say

I have followed Victoria’s writing career from the start and … I have loved all her books, but if I have to pick a best of the best, I would pick Priceless Betrayal.  Excellent storytelling. Unexpected twists and turns. The Book Decoder ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This story is full of action from the start and keeps you guessing about who had done it. A great read full of suspense and excitement. Goodreads Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

The stakes have never been higher for Dotty and her friends as they try to solve the murder and clear her name. Another strong plot…. A recommended read for lovers of mystery and especially so for those interested in English countryside cozies. Bookbub Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I enjoyed the varied personalities and multigenerational characters Tait created, from kind and helpful to secretive and devious, but it’s the latter that isn’t so easy to spot, and to me, even the police in charge we’re awfully suspicious.  Kathleen Costa, Kings River Life ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I totally enjoyed PRICELESS BETRAYAL (and indeed it WAS just that!). It’s unique in that the protagonist is not in the forefront of the sleuthing for a lot of the time. The secondary characters that I’ve gotten to know and appreciate in minor roles step up in this book. I loved that.  In fact, this has made me want to go back to the beginning and read through the series again to really “see” how the whole thing boiled to a climax in this book. Amazing! Jackie Houchin, Words and Reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐