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- Print Length: 277 pages
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- Publisher: Music and Mayhem Press (November 11, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OSAXLNQ
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #553,415 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A superbly written crime series [with] non-stoptwists and turns of plot that begin on page one. Fleet deftlyapplies a unique personality to each of her characters. The dialogue
is crisp and believable. The plot [involves]the 'kidnapping' of iconic works of breathtaking art. Afast-paced, action-packed read that will have you cheering for thebad guy (girl, in this case) as much as the cop whose mission it isto catch his alluring thief! - Diane Lunsford, Feathered Quill BookReviews
About the Author
To write her novels, Susan does extensive research on serial killers and stalkers, their methodology, psychological makeup and their victims. She began blogging about true crime in July 2011. Since then millions of people around the world have visited Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. In 2013 she published 12 of her posts in Dark Deeds: Serial killers, stalkers and domestic homicides. In 2013 she published 12 more in Dark Deeds: Volume Two.While teaching at Berklee College of Music Susan created a course about 20th Century female musicians. Her e-book, Women Who Dared, features two of them: violinist Maud Powell and trumpeter Edna White. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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Susan Fleet supplies plenty of action. Natalie is a thief, but if she has to, she will kill to save herself. She finds herself in the UK, forced to be a call girl, a whore, a thief, stealing paintings for her lover to sell. How in the hell did she ever get herself into this situation? And how is she going to get out?
Frank Renzi has his own life, and it has made it a full one, but there is still Natalie.
Natalie’s rough life does not excuse what she does, but I do feel for her. i understand her motivation. Even making a bad choice can be better than letting someone make the choice for you.
Will she run forever? Will she ever be able to stop running?
The ending was a surprise and I loved it!
Up-Date: I sent the author an email about the glitch and she has now corrected it for Kindle. I was having problems getting the up-dated version so I contacted her again and she emailed it to me. I want to say a big thank you to Susan Fleet for taking care of this loyal reader!
I thought this book … about career art thieves … was coming to a big finale about midway. Nope! It was just the starting point for action that continued to build until the very last line! And hoping that last line means yet another Natalie book will follow!
Frank Renzie is a New Orleans detective who is familiar with Natalie’s criminal history and is obsessed with catching her. Is it possible? She’s a likeable thief who is street smart and more than savvy in eluding capture. Throw into the mix her wealthy “employer/escort” who arranges her heists, a plethora of evil men folks, and the Gardner Museum where, in 1990, masterpieces were actually stolen and never retrieved, and you’ve got a hard-to-put-down read!
If you like detective stories/mysteries/thrillers/who-done-its, etc., and haven’t discovered the writing talents of Susan Fleet, I encourage you to do so ASAP. You won’t be disappointed!
If you like this genre, you won’t be disappointed reading this book. The author fleshes out the characters very well, making each one believable. The plot is tight and moves along at a measured pace, keeping you turning the pages at full speed to find out what happens next. Will the paintings ever be found? Is Natalie a villain or a saviour? Will Frank Renzi finally capture the woman who once shot him and then eluded arrest?
It is not necessary to have read the first book in the series before reading this one. The book is full of suspense and action, peppered with interesting characters and realistic dialogue. I’m looking forward to reading more from this author.
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Will still be looking out for book 6.