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    Bronzed Betrayals

    Laurel Beacham, head of the Beacham Foundation's London office. She is a stolen arts recovery specialist that now has a target on her back, and even the best technology has to offer may not be able to keep her safe. Between attempted kidnappings, assignation attemts, and haveing a source of information killed while sitting across from them (all while traveling through thee different countries on different contenants.) This is definately the most dangerous case she has ever had. Ritter Ames brings characters to life in a way that is extrememly believable, and complex. Her stories filled with action, adventure, and locations with descriptions vivid enough that it is easy to visualize the areas described. There are also many twist and surprizes in these stories. This is definately one of my favorite series.
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    Travelogue setting and mystery

    The author's love of London & Paris is evident when you read Laurel & Jack's latest adventure in their art fraud & recovery world. Humor intersperses with grave situations as the Beacham Foundations' London staff are out to recover a Rodin bust and stay ahead of Ermo Colle and the Moran family crime organizations. Laurel's personal quest to solve her mother's death and her father's disappearance take big steps forward in book 5. I think book 6 just might bring the truth to light and see justice attained. Plot twists and quirky characters' antics are all set in well described settings leaving the reader feeling involved in the situation and scenery. I would recommend this be read as a series not a stand alone to get maximum enjoyment. I volunteered to read an ARC through Net Galley
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    Keeps on getting Better

    This is a series of book that art loves and mystery loves will not be able to get enough of. Ritter Ames transport reader around the world following two characters that will remind you of the classic movies of Cat and Mouse. Laurel and Jack come alive as readers chase along side them in an adventure that end with perfect amount of action, mystery and sexual tension to keep reader dying for more. This is the perfect action, adventure mystery that will give reader what they have been missing. Twist of James bond, add a dash of Oceans Movies, and shake of Remington Steele and you have The Bodies Of Art Series. Thank you to the publisher Henery Press and author for the advance copy of Ritter Ames Bronzed Betrayals.
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    An Outstanding Addition to an Awesome series

    I fell in love with this series four years ago and have become more attached with each book. Bronzed Betrayals is a sophisticated and intelligent contemporary suspense novel with a classic feel. The book is riveting from the first page; the combination of high-intensity action, intricate plotting, and witty characters held me enthralled throughout the book. A little lethal danger, a little romance, a little witty repartee, what more could we ask for? I love that it is Laurel, a female, who walks the line between legal and questionable in her battle to see justice done and who sometimes steps over that line in the name of protecting artworks (Laurel calls it “squashy ethics”); guys usually get the fun roles! I like that the members of the art recovery group and Jack enjoy spending time together and appreciate each other and that they carry out their complex roles with independence and pride. Finally, I adored seeing a positive bit of Laurel’s background. Although there is connecting story line for the series, each book has a self-contain plot, and Ritter Ames interweaves the backstory in such a way as not to confuse or distract from the current tale. While I think any reader would draw greater enjoyment from getting to know the characters as they are revealed through the series, I also believe that Bronzed Betrayals can be read as a standalone novel. I was delighted to receive an Advanced Readers Copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss and NetGalley even though I have mine on order because I am too excited about the series to wait and I love sharing my love for each book as I discover the fun and complexities that the team faces.
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