If you enjoy Elizabeth Peter's Vicky Bliss series or Romancing the Stone, Elusive has the same mix of mystery, international travel, and light romance.
Zoe Hunter loves living on the edge. free-spirited and spontaneous, she’s built a life stringing together various freelance gigs that keep her bank account barely in the black.
But when her ex, Jack, goes missing along with several million dollars from his business and the FBI zeros in on her as a person of interest, Zoe’s life goes from delightfully unpredictable to downright frightening.
Plunged into a world of fake identities, deception, and murder, she’s afraid to trust anyone. Zoe impulsively skips town in a search for answers that takes her from Las Vegas to Italy, but instead of tracking down answers, she only uncovers more questions.
Who was Jack? Is he dead or did he fake his disappearance? And, what was he mixed up in - art theft, the mafia, espionage, or all three?
©2012 Sara Rosett (P)2014 Sara Rosett
This is one of my favorite "cozy mystery" series. I've read all of them and now I'm listening to them as I power walk. My favorite thing about this series is it is so different from most cozy mysteries. It is more of an adventure series than a whodunit. The books are set in various locations around the world. Each book comes to a satisfying conclusion with the tease of more adventure to come. My only issue with the performance is once in a while the character with the southern accent is a bit grating. (And I live in the south.) A great book that the whole family, tween to grandparents, could enjoy on a road trip.
What a great book. I got it because I needed a cheap and long audiobook for work and this popped up. I will now buy all the books in this series. The reading performance was great too
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