Treasure of Saint-Lazare

| May 17, 2013

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Eddie Grant is reeling. His wife, his father, and his son have all been murdered. When an ex-lover shows up with a clue that could lead Eddie to the murderers, he has to pursue it. His father had been on the trail of a priceless Renaissance painting – of all the treasures the Nazis stole, it’s the most valuable one still missing.

Jen Wetzmuller also wants to learn the truth about the painting. She and Eddie embark on an international search that takes them deep into the past… and their feelings for each other.

But when Eddie begins to question Jen’s real intentions, everything begins to unravel. Can Eddie get the answers he needs, or will he be the next victim of the mysterious painting that has led to so many deaths? Treasure of Saint-Lazare is a fast-paced historical mystery set against the backdrop of the international art world, and the perils of old flames.

This unique story will take you on a page-turning roller coaster ride right up to the very last page.

Chosen top historical mystery of 2014 by Readers’ Favorite.

“Bravo!” (Ronald Rosbottom, author of When Paris Went Dark)

(The painting in the novel, Raphael’s “Portrait of a Young Man,” has been missing since 1945. The Polish government is confident it still exists.)

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