Hardesty and Jacobs identify the corporate career pattern common to women and define it in seven phases. This work is partly the result of interviews with female executives, whom the authors met in their work as consultants to many of the top American companies. They effectively discuss women-related concerns like maternity leave, reentry, equal pay, and acceptance by male superiors. Numerous brief case studies are presented, and the book concludes with a summary of ten success guidelines. Extensively researched, with detailed footnotes and a bibliography, Success and Betrayal is highly recommended for academic, corporate, and larger public libraries. Mary Greene Havener, GenRad, Inc., Information Ctr., Concord, Mass.