Clear your calendar and put on a pot of coffee, because once you start this book, you are not going to want to put it down! Like its predecessors, Counterfeit Conspiracies and Marked Masters, Abstract Aliases is filled with twists and turns, action, art heists, and plenty of chemistry between the very handsome Jack Hawkes and daring narrator Laurel Beacham.
Abstract Aliases opens as London is deep in the celebration of New Year’s Eve. Jack and Laurel are among the bustling crowd when an old acquaintance somehow finds them in the midst of all the other celebrants. And from then, the game is afoot. From London to Rome and back again, Jack and Laurel track thieves and operatives, not ever truly knowing friend from foe. Each scene is written completely; filled with rich descriptions and a discriminating tone of detail. Throughout the course of the story, some mysteries are solved, while others only deepen, whetting the appetites of readers for the next installment of the Bodies of Art series.
I have been a fan of this series from the beginning. The stories are compelling and dramatic and the elements of art, art history, and various European cities add exciting and alluring detail. Abstract Aliases continues an excellent collection from Ritter Ames. Personally, I’m hoping for many more installments.
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About the Author
Ritter Ames is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Organized Mysteries series and the Bodies of Art Mysteries series. When she’s not writing or brainstorming new mysteries Ritter is usually trying to get her favorite yellow lab to stay out of the pond, or keep her grouchy black cat from trying to give the dog away on Freecycle. Ritter would love to live on a boat and write from far flung locations around the globe, but the dog would constantly have to be fished from the water, and her husband and cat would just complain endlessly about the dog’s smell, so staying on land seems to be the only good option to keep her sanity and not get sidetracked from writing.
Ritter tries to blog regularly at http://ritterames.com/ and subscribe there to get the latest news about upcoming releases, and inside scoops on her characters and series. She uses her Pinterest boards at http://www.pinterest.com/ritterames/ to capture great places and ideas she wants to use in both series. Go to her website to subscribe to her newsletter and get the first alert about new books in her series.
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