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  • A bounty full riot of adventures

    This episode of Fox and O’Hare is fast moving, exciting, scary, amazing, witty, funny and astonishing all at once. Of course they succeed in their quest but not until they truly and finally beat what seem like unbeatable adversaries . Their search takes them from Paris to far outreaches of Europe, from snowy mountain peaks to the deepest darkest lakes. You never want to put this story down and you can feel their adrenaline pumping throw your veins too. A real humdinger of a story and I’ll read it again in a while to refresh myself of all the details so I don’t forget any!

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  • Very Good

    The Bounty is the first book I’ve read in this series featuring Fox and O'Hare, but I’m keen to read more. I had high hopes based on the story's premise, which sounded action-packed. I was a little concerned about coming to the series so late in the game, however, there was enough backstory covered that I didn't feel too lost. There is non-stop action in this treasure hunt to find Nazi gold following clues that lead to parts of a treasure map. Time and again, FBI Special Agent Kate O'Hare and professional con man Nick Fox, along with their dads, find a part of the puzzle only to be confronted by the Brotherhood. Clues, battles, death dodging and cliffhangers all result in a thoroughly enjoyable tale. Overall, my first read of a thriller written by Janet Evanovich and Steve Hamilton was a success. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Atria Books via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.

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