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The Serpent's Daughter by Suzanne Arruda
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Nov 02, 2011

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Book three of the Jade del Cameron mystery series is as fun and intriguing as the first two. In The Serpent's Daughter, Jade finds herself in 1920's Morocco, and true to style, she can't go anywhere without ending up neck-deep in adventure. She's there to meet her mother to try and mend their relationship, but not soon after her arrival, her mother is kidnapped. She traverses Morocco to rescue her mother and deals with multi-talented criminals and challenges all along the way.

Jade is tough as ever in this novel. I've heard her called 'the female Indiana Jones' - it's an appropriate moniker. Jade proudly takes care of herself and only reluctantly accepts help at her most dire moments. The storyline is a little bit formulaic at this point, but it doesn't make it any less enjoyable. Action packed from page one; it's a rollicking ride to the end.

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