Thursday, October 13, 2016

Another Day, Another Dali

     BOOK REVIEW:    The world of art theft can be a deadly game--one that Serena Jones understands all too well.   When FBI Special Agent Serena Jones takes on the case of a forged Dali painting as a favor to her grandmother, she assumes it will be a typical investigation. Hopefully collaring the thief will also mean finally measuring up in her grandmother's eyes. But the deeper she delves into the forgery and the suspects surrounding it, the less typical it becomes.
     The Dali isn't the only painting that's fallen prey to the forgery-replacing thief, raising the possibility of a sophisticated theft ring--one with links to dirty cops, an aspiring young artist, and the unsolved murder of Serena's grandfather. To make matters worse, someone connected to the forgeries seems to be determined to stop Serena's investigation--no matter the cost.
     ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DALI gives the plucky Serena Jones--and readers--a new high-stakes case to crack. You won't want to miss a single brushstroke.

      MY REVIEW:    ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DALI is the second in the Serena Jones series. Serena has agreed to find the the missing painting of her grandmother's friend. But as she delves into it, she starts suspecting the adult children. What will she do if it turns out to be one of them?
      Her partner, Tanner, is hunting down members of a Russian mob, who seem to be targeting Serena in order to get him off the case. Suspense heightens as Serena is in several collisons and a drive-by shooting. But...what if she is not being targeted by the Russian mob? What if it is someone wanting her off of her case?
      Serena's Aunt Martha, who is in her seventies, has developed a thirst for adventure, which she satisfies by "helping" with Serena's cases. And she is actually pretty good, but gets into some interesting situations, one of which they almost don't get out of.
      I really enjoyed ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER DALI. Book one, A FOOL AND HIS MONET, is definitely on my To Read list. The book is written in first person, and done very well. Definitely a good read.
               I received this book from REVELL, a division of Baker Publishing, in exchange for my honest review. 

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