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A Thousand Tombs (Gen Delacourt Mystery Book 4) by [Greene, Molly]
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Private Investigator Gen Delacourt and brand-new boyfriend Mack Hackett are about to walk into a restaurant when a teenage boy barrels down the sidewalk and into their lives. Luca Torello is circumspect about who he was running from and why, but the story slowly comes out. It involves an ancient coin, a pawn shop, and a group of Italians caught up in an intrigue as old as life itself. As Gen struggles to make sense of who is telling the truth, her budding relationship with Mack goes off the rails, her trust and loyalty are questioned, and she is thrown into the midst of a mystery that began with the dawn of time.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1419 KB
  • Print Length: 261 pages
  • Publisher: Molly R. Greene (Aug. 25 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00N28E0NA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,570 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have read books 1-4 and look forward to the next.

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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Another great read. Once I started I could not put it down. My kind of read.
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Rather drawn out, especially in the affair side. mystery was ok.
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HASH(0xa2d23f30) out of 5 stars Layered, exciting and wonderfully romantic Sept. 25 2014
By MariaM - Published on Amazon.com
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Gen has finally turned a new leaf in her personal life, taking baby steps toward letting Mack in and trusting him. But when a homeless teenager crashes into her and Mack's life, she loses her footing like a novice gymnast on the balance beam. Mack turns very protective toward Luca and takes him in, but an ancient coin later, Gen think that there's more to the boy's story than meets the eye. Enter Genevieve Delacourt, the private investigator. The problem is that the more she closes in on the solution of a complex mystery that makes terms like "tombaroli" and "Carabinieri" part of her active vocabulary, the farther she finds herself from trusting Mack. Is it just jealousy that makes warning bells go off, or is her instinct right and Luca plays a key role in a plot that keeps thickening?

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!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2d26198) out of 5 stars What Secrets are in a Thousand Tombs? Sept. 29 2014
By Vicki Hudson - Published on Amazon.com
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Another Gen Delacourt installment and Molly Greene has another page turner! With this book we get more insight into Gen, Mack, and Livvie and gain perspective on why these characters make the choices they do. International intrigue abounds with ancient Italian national treasures as the basis for the mystery Gen is compelled to solve. She has some personal solving to do as well when her demons of trust and jealousy rear up in regards to Mack.

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?
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2d263d8) out of 5 stars You'll get buried in A Thousand Tombs Jan. 26 2015
By jerseygirlinjax - Published on Amazon.com
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After finishing A Thousand Tombs, the 4th in the Gen Delacourt series by Molly Greene, I'm sad because the next one, Swindle Town does not come out until February, although I have preordered it, I patiently wait.
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!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2d2657c) out of 5 stars I really don't care much for whiney females Feb. 27 2015
By H.A. Bentley - Published on Amazon.com
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I love the Gen Delacourt mystery series and was a little surprised a couple of books back when Gen got depressed and started throwing herself a pity-party. She had been so upbeat and funny, and her friends and family were all pretty fun and upbeat, as well. But, true to form, Gen threw off her sorrows and started digging into her investigations, and the old Gen was back. In this adventure she has lots more questions than answers for most of the story and does more than her share of dumb stuff, which is her MO, after all. She gets herself in lots of jams, but always manages to find her way out of trouble, usually with a little help from her friends. Anyway, she's back to her feisty self and I'm glad of it. Can't wait to get started on the next installment. See you in Gennyland!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2d26948) out of 5 stars a good read Oct. 5 2014
By faraway - Published on Amazon.com
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I broke down and bought this after enjoying "Paint Me Gone". I was in a bummer of a mood, so wanted to fix it with a good book. This did the trick. I didn't give it 5 stars just because (at this point in time, anyway) I think 5 star books have to hit me as something really special, usually something that really makes me think seriously about something. This is a good book. Good story, good editing. My only problem is that I want to know more about and see more in the future of some of the new characters. In this case, Luca. I wonder if we will see him in future books?
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.