Thursday, November 13, 2014

Lost Legacy (Treasure Seekers #1)


Title:  Lost Legacy (Treasure Seekers #1)
Author:  Dana Mentink
Pages:  218
Year:  2012
Publisher:  Love Inspired Suspense
Make sure to fasten your seatbelt before even opening the book, because as soon as you do the adventure takes off and doesn’t let up until the end!  There is danger, mystery, action, grief, forgiveness, anger, and oh so much more going on that it is truly a fun tale to read and share with a friend or family member.
Brooke walks into an office seeking help in locating an unsigned missing painting by famous artist that is rarely known in the art world.  When she is at first turned down by those she seeks help from, upon leaving the building, Brooke spots a woman who has been following her.  She waits for a cab and the next thing she knows she is being pulled out of her chair as the first floor windows in front of her shatter, leaving the woman who was following her dead.
Now, if that little tidbit doesn’t get your heart racing, I am not sure what will as from that point on the tension in the story builds and is off the charts.  There is more than just Brooke’s mystery to solve as she wonders who killed the unknown woman who was following her just moments after seeking help.  The plot thickens, and who knows which of the characters is guilty of what crime.  The police want to know everything, but can they be trusted with information?
If you’re looking for a quick read that will keep your attention, then look no further!  When you finish this book, there are two more in the series, Dangerous Melody and Final Resort.  Bon Appetit!
My rating is 5 stars.
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