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When a troubled young man who goes by Dream tries to kidnap private investigator Trudi Coffey, she discovers he may be the key to solving one of the greatest unsolved art heists in history.
An excellent book that will keep you engaged and on the edge of your seat plot. Lots of surprises along the way that you definitely won't see coming. To me, this is what's so exciting about the book. You never know what's coming around the corner!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I loved each of the characters.
I savored this book because I didn't want it to end and like my friend has suggested I'd like to go back and read the others. Even though you don't need to. You can pretty much pick up from here.
The characters oh my each was a delight in their own special way. They truly made me believe that they were real as the author has brought their feelings out to me from across the pages of this book.
So buckle up for the roller coaster ride of your life! This is a thriller for sure!
I give these authors five stars. And they are new to me. I will be looking for more by them.
I highly recommend this book.
My thanks to Netgalley and Revell for a complimentary copy of this book. I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mike Nappa is an entertainment journalist at PopFam.com, as well as a bestselling and award-winning author with more than one million books sold worldwide. When he was a kid, the stories of Edgar Allen Poe scared him silly. Today he owns everything Poe ever wrote. A former fiction acquisitions editor, Mike earned his MA in English literature and now writes full-time. He is the author of Annabel Lee and The Raven.
Melissa Kosci is a fourth-degree black belt in and certified instructor of Songahm Taekwondo. In her day job as a commercial property manager, she secretly notes personal quirks and funny situations, ready to tweak them into colorful additions for her books. She and Corey, her husband of twenty years, live in Florida, where they do their best not to melt in the sun.
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