A shrewd investigator and an expert marksman, Special Agent Alexandra LaDuca can handle any case the FBI gives her. Or can she? Connecting the dots between an assassination attempt in Ukraine, a murder in Paris, and a brutal attack on a remote village in South America takes Alex on a dangerous puzzle-solving, soul-searching journey that changes her forever.
This book turned out to be very boring. Almost no dialogue. Just a narrator going on and on. Every now and then a little dialogue. I quit probably aro..Show More »und chapter four. I may try it again I don't know. « Show Less
U.S. Treasury agent Alexandra LaDuca (Conspiracy in Kiev) is back crisscrossing Europe in pursuit of an ancient relic stolen from a Madrid museumand the chilling secrets behind its theft. With a new partner, danger, and betrayal at every turn, Alex must make the toughest decision of her life: whom should she trust?
This book was very well researched about art and art theft. The characters are developed well and the narrator kept me interested in the story.
Alexandra LaDuca is smart, tough, and cool under fire. But when she travels to Cairo to investigate a former mentor who was believed to be dead, Alex is caught in a bizarre game of double cross, and her life is more perilously on the line than ever.
This 3 of the trilogy, enjoyed them all, the twist and turns were surprising to say the least.