After reading "Finding Pegasus", the third book in the author’s Eddie Grant series, I wanted to see where it all began, and I wasn’t disappointed.
In this novel the reader is introduced to Eddie Grant, and learns why this interesting and complex man lives in Paris. The story begins when the daughter of his father’s old WWII friend arrives in Paris, and brings with her a letter that becomes key to a puzzle of lost art and stolen Nazi gold.
Eddie Grant takes the lead in helping Jennifer sort out the clues that bring them face-to-face with death of both their fathers, a WWII survivor, and second generation group of Nazi’s seeking a lost painting and priceless gold bars.
In this race from the USA to Paris Eddie and Jennifer risk all including their lives. The author unravels this tale of good and evil in the present, but with clues that harken back to the war in which Nazi’s greed was their god. This is a fast-paced unraveling of events reminding us that the mythology of WWII continues to hold us enthralled with its hidden mysteries and secrets.