Best-selling author David Hosp weaves a thrilling tale of betrayal set against one of the most notorious art heists in history. In 1990, $300 million worth of paintings are stolen from a museum in Boston, and are never recovered. Twenty years later, as criminals connected with the heist begin to turn up dead, lawyer Scott Finn discovers one of his clients was involved in the job. As the search for the missing paintings begins anew, Finn is pulled into the crossfire of a trained killer who wants the paintings for himself.
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I have to, there are no more Scot Finn books.
Impossible to choose. All the characters are rich and full. Dialogue read by George Guidel is masterfull.
EVERYTHING. He reads with humor. He doesnt try to put on falsetto voices. He is the master of audible books.
Boston like you have never seen it.
David Hosp needs to write more Scott Finn books. George Guidel needs to bring them to life
Steady. Book did it's job, held the story line, finished well. George Guidall did his normal outstanding best.
I wasn't overwhelmed with this story. I think I was looking for something a little more powerful, but nevertheless I read through it and it was a decent pass-time.
This book had a great story line. But I had to wonder since the art heist had been done almost 20 yrs earlier...what happened to statue of limitations on prosecuting someone for it? As far as the narrator George Guidall I could listen to him reading tax codes or zip codes, his voice is just that great.
Kept me on the edge of my seat as did all of the books in this series. Can't wait for author to write some more!!
I like mysteries, suspense and thrillers. Occasionally I will listen to some scifi or fantasy.
Exciting story about some really intelligent people. I love the way this group works within the law but really pushes the envelope.
The drowning scene.
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