I received a copy of The Yellow Packard by Ace Collins from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
After George Hall buys a late spinster’s 1936 Packard, a myriad of good fortune comes his way—until his daughter Rose is kidnapped and the car stolen. When the auto comes into the possession of down-and-out salesman William Landers, his luck seems to turn around—until he’s accused of a crime he never committed. Now in the custody of FBI Agent Helen Meeker, the luxury auto leads her into romance, intrigue, and danger. Will Helen discover the Packard’s secrets in time or become a villain’s next victim?
When I started this book I didn't know if I was going to like it. I'm glad I didn't stop reading it because it's a good book. There are so many characters that are impacted by the Yellow Packard and many twists that I didn't see coming. Collins does a great job of keeping you guessing as to how each character is going to gain or lose from owning the Packard and how that impacts the story and other characters. The ending was definitely something I didn't see coming.