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A Thousand Tombs (Gen Delacourt Mystery Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Good plots with fleshed-out characters. Well written and believe able characters who are funny and flawedcertainly well worth the read.
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The romance angle is seriously played up in this installment, and it's done masterfully. Molly Greene unpicks each tentacle of Gen's fear of re-committing to a relationship until she has to face it and conquer it once and for all. The complexity of the puzzle she's trying to solve and Mack's inherent nonchalance don't help, so she has her work cut out for her. But Gen is not the one to back off from challenges. Seeing her fight her own fears, to me, was maybe even more fascinating than her fighting the baddies. The main theme of this book, the exploitation of ancient artifacts, is original and fascinating, but what I found extremely interesting is that the author won't take a rigid stance, showing the reader both sides of the coin--pun fully intended.
The writing is as always excellent. No-nonsense to push the story forward but also nuanced and layered to give the reader sufficient insight into the heroine's psyche.
A great installment in an excellent mystery series; this time with a stronger romantic suspense streak. Highly recommended!
Where in Paint Me Gone, Oliver was laid bare to the reader; in A Thousand Tombs, it's Mack whose shell is cracked and we get more than a glimpse into the man he is and how he got there. Greene is suburb at creating the romantic ebb and flow while feeding the tension of the mystery.
An old man, a boy on the street, a hot Italian cop on the trail in the United States and a mysterious coin. What secrets are in A Thousand Tombs?
Phew what a great story! A Thousand Tombs kept you guessing from beginning until the end with humor here and there, crooked officials, grave robbing in old Italy, love interest with Mack and personal growth in Gen, yep, it has it all. I was mostly touched as it revealed a story of Italian honor and good old fashion family values, from the old country.
I am not a mafioso history buff but really enjoyed all the reference to it in A Thousand Tombs and most of it taking place in what one might call "Little Italy" in San Fransisco, right down to the secret poker games and the Italian Club...read it, you will not be one bit sorry!
My income is low (in American terms) so I rarely pay money for fiction books. But I don't regret buying this. It's a good read.