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    Four Stones is a fun and exciting read

    Four Stones is a suspense-filled page-turner set in a Toronto, Switzerland, and briefly in upstate New York. After a flight to Buffalo New York, Canadian Psychologist David Stone makes his way by car to his home in Toronto, a few hours north and a border crossing away. Once across the border, Stone has a flat tire and when looking for the spare tire he finds a dead body in the trunk. Unknown to Stone, the dead woman is Rita Brickston, a CIA agent with a secret that the Russians want, a microdot. The Russians have sent their own agents to find Brickston and stop her. They have, but the lost the body before retrieving the microdot from her corpse. Stone panics and dumps the body, thinking this is the end of the matter, but this is just the launch pad for the rocket of events that will blast off for the next eighteen hours. The quick-witted Russian spies have identified Stones car, and the chase across the border begins. The story is fast paced and well written, the characters believable, and the Stone family members, who get drawn, one by one into the intrigue are fascinating. The action builds steadily and the twists add excitement, making this a riveting read. The only criticism, and it’s a small one, is the use of such an archaic technology as the microdot. Other than that it is easy to imagine anyone getting caught up in the events within the book. I would only hope that I would be as resourceful as the Stone family in the same circumstances. Fun and exciting! Definitely a worthy read.
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