Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Marked Masters

I received a copy of Marked Masters by Ritter Ames from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Laurel Beacham made working solo a personal success story and is known for her nerve, instincts, and ability to do whatever necessary to return each priceless masterpiece safely intact. As the world’s leading art recovery expert, she’s thwarted more heists than the average law enforcement professional. Museums applaud her skills. Thieves admire the cunning way she operates.
Her last job landed her the head position over the London branch of Beacham Foundation, but bringing one case to a close only opened a bigger one. More importantly, the new case inextricably ties her to Jack Hawkes, a man smart enough to be her equal but who keeps her trust meter firmly in the red zone. Trying to stop a rumored heist of the century, the pair leap headlong into a plot that gets more dangerous and illusive by the minute. The clock counts down as the bodies and forgeries stack up.
This is the second book in A Bodies of Art Mystery series.  While this was a good book I hated the ending.  Laurel and Jack have been globe hopping to find who's behind counterfeit ring that seems to be every where.  They successfully bring one player down but we never get to find out who is top dog in the counterfeit ring.

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