Sunday, July 20, 2008

By Deborah Crombie

This is the latest novel in the series featuring Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James.

A priceless piece of jewelry belonging to Duncan and Gemma's neighbor, Erika Rosenthal, comes up for auction at the local auction house. Erika thought never to see the piece again. It was lost when she and her husband, David, fled Nazi Germany to become refugees in London. Murders both old and new begin to surface when Gemma promises to help Erika find out something about the piece designed by Erika's father. This is a tale of love and betrayal, of malice and murder.

This is a real page turner. I love Deborah's work, but this novel is something special. The plot is wonderfully crafted by a master story teller and writer. The strong themes of family, relationship, friendship and trust play out in this well-written work. If you like a good mystery, this is one I can strongly recommend. What do you think?

hear the interview

The Dallas Book Diva interviews Deborah Crombie,
author of Where Memories Lie.

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