“Betrayal” is a suspenseful and intriguing “page-turner” set in Chicago for anyone who has ever been betrayed in the workplace, a love relationship, or in a family.
In his first work of fiction, John Wendell Adams details a riveting story of a man, Jack
Alexander, caught in an ugly web. He’s landed a great job as a Divisional Director of Sales in an IT company working for the President. He's been hired to turn around a regional disaster. Successful in that endeavor, he's rewarded by getting added responsibilities. A new boss and a co-worker's unwanted advances result in Jack's eventual dismissal.
Jack is forced to look at and deal with some horrid things from his past. He goes through an emotional tailspin that forces him to come to the end of himself before he gets personally reconciled. Later, he’s hired as a vice president with a much larger firm. His new company decides to acquire Jack's old firm. Is this a time for Revenge? Should Jack now right all the wrongs that were done to him?