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  • Evocative and Enchanting

    This is the third in a series but my first and intriguing enough for me to read the first two. Classical music and art are seamlessly infused throughout, giving the story a beautiful angle. We see PTSD, peril, secrets, effects of war, love, deception, insight and hope. Even gorgeous Tintagel Castle, one of my favourites, is involved, contributing to the atmosphere. A daring and necessary escape is made from Communist Hungary during the Cold War. A baby survives and is hidden for safety. A priceless van Gogh is secreted away and decades later searched for by various parties but only two people on earth know where it is. Precious music is lost as well. Plots within plots. Maggie O'Shea, a concert pianist has much at stake and finds herself caught in sticky web upon sticky web as she seeks answers. I like the multilayered mysteries with the Cold War tie. Well done. My sincere thank you to Oceanview Publishing and NetGalley for the privilege of reading this enthralling book.

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