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    Excellent

    This author never disappoints. Murder mysteries and love in perfect symbiote. Can't wait for the next instalment!
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    I'm a bit in love with Jason and Sam

    The magician/magic show angle was definitely a breath of fresh air to the mysteries. Regardless, I'm not really reading these books for the mysteries (not that they are badly written). I'm a bit in love with Jason and Sam, and their relationship has put me in my happy place. Even when it's painfully slow and their journey is rife with problems galore. The Magician Murders allows us to see a level of intimacy we haven't seen before. The intimacy also brings with it some revelations, and I just can't wait to see even more of these guys in the next book.
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    Wonderful Story!

    I can always count on Josh Lanyon for an interesting, well developed plot, intelligent dialogue, and amazing chemistry between her main characters. The Monuments Men Murders does not disappoint. All of the cases surrounding the Art Crimes Division have been wonderful, and I really enjoyed the story of missing art stolen by the Nazis. The ongoing relationship between BAU Chief Sam Kennedy and Art Crimes FBI Agent Jason West is at a stable place when the story opens. What happens to cause their discord in Monument Men Murders is a fantastic twist, and gives those on Team Sam even more ammunition! In his defense, Jason has important reasons for doing what he does, and as the captain of Team Jason I’m still going to bat for Jason’s motives. Sometimes these two men are just such opposites that it’s hard for them to find common ground. Plus the differences in the lives they’ve led and their age gap just have them approaching every situation so differently. Having the whole series from Jason’s point of view, it feels to me that Jason is making all of the concessions (and I think he is). If you agree with me, you’re going to love the way this one ends!
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