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Who Knew How Exciting the Art World Could Be!
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018
Bronzed Betrayal is the fifth book in the Bodies of Art Mysteries Series by Ritter Ames. Ms. Ames brings the reader on a vicarious, action packed vacation from London to Paris to New York and back. Laurel’s mission is to recover a stolen Rodin bronze bust (which holds it’s own secrets). The four main characters, Laurel, Cassie, Nico and Jack are well developed and bring a superbly crafted plot, filled with wild twists and turns to life. Museum worthy art, suspense, thriller, mystery, crime, mystery, secrets, the chill and thrills of the chase, light hearted humor and romance make this book hard to put down.
Every book I have read from this series reminds me of the Remington Steele television series filled with international intrigue and an atypical art history education (only the art history education within this book is clearly researched and informative). This book is well written and can be read as a stand-alone. The cliff hanger ending leaves the reader craving more, immediately! This book and series are a must read for everyone who loves a great, clean mystery.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from #Henery Press via #NetGalley. All of the opinions expressed are are my own.