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Deja Who?: Art Spotlight Mystery #2 (Art Spotlight Mysteries) Kindle Edition
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Forgery is defined as the process of making, adapting, or imitating objects, statistics, or documents with the intent to deceive. Fraud is the crime of deceiving another, through the use of objects obtained through forgery. Reproductions may become forgeries through knowing and willful misrepresentations. In some situations, an individual’s actions fit the definition of forgery or fraud. There was recently a trial in New York where during the hearing the Art Forgery Trial officials asked: Were dealers duped, or did they turn a blind eye? The jury verdict: fraud and money laundering. Deja Who has well developed characters and a superbly written plot with an amazing portrayal of real life situations. Biblical principles and strong moral character examples intertwined. This intriguing, informative, clean cozy mystery leave the reader wanting more. If you are looking for a well written cozy mystery that will not be able to put down, then you need to read this book.
I received a complimentary advanced review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed in this review are my own.
The plot unfolds as Axtell and his friend Zophie struggle against those who want to conceal the truth about the painting. The author blends Axtell’s past, his relationship with Zophie, and his quest for truth into a delightful story.
This cozy mystery written for the Christian reader moves at a good pace as the tale winds through many twists and turns. For me, the author’s knowledge of the art world added to the authenticity of events woven into the story. Smoothly written with engaging characters and events to keep your interest. I recommend.
Jordan, Zophie and their friends must face several life questions as they settle into life in Minneapolis. How do you handle situations that appear (or are) unethical? Jordan and Zophie must also learn how to make decisions even though one of them is a much quicker problem-solver than the other (something many couples face whether they are dating or married.)
Many Christian readers will appreciate the conservative approach to romance here. Jordan and Zophie aren’t just two people who have a casual interest in spiritual things, but are committed Christians who are asking God how to date with integrity. They determine not to hang out alone together in Zophie’s apartment as a way to avoid temptation and show their commitment to purity. (Spoiler alert: there are a few non-sensual kisses.)
Though I missed the great pictures of real-life sculptures from book 1, the author provides a link at the end of the book to view art related to the book. As a Minnesota resident myself, it was fun to see mentions of local places and experiences.
Any chance we’ll see book #3? I hope so.
(I received a free copy of the book from the author, but this review is my honest opinion.)