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Antique Forgery (Alicia Trent #2)

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This second book in the series takes the reader further into the life of Alicia Trent and her friends. Magic, forgery, betrayal, and fabulous jewels surround Alicia as she struggles to find the reason for her friend's death.
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Published August 1st 2012 by Wingsepress
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This is the Second book in the Alicia Trent Mystery Series. I absolutely loved the first book, Antique Magic and so I was totally pumped up to read this second instalment.

In Antique Magic, a prediction is made by the clock that Alicia would be the one to discover her friends dead body. So, Antique forgery takes off with Alicia worried about the prediction while preparing to go evaluate the jewellery collection that Janice and Arthur Darnell have recently inherited. Janice, a friend of her
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Kritika Narula
May 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Originally Reviewed at So many books so little time

The second book in the Alicia Trent series, Antique forgery continues where Antique Magic left off. Ali has a couple predictions as given by the magic objects in the first installment, and now that she has been called to the place of the prediction, she is sure it will come true.
Her childhood guardians, more of a family, consisting of Arthur and Janice, have called her because Olivia, one of the sisters has died and Ali is needed for appraisal
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Nikita goyal
Feb 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
The book is about friendship, trust, magic and betrayal. Alicia is an antique dealer who co-owns an antique store in Scottsdale, Arrizona. She arrives in Pennsylvania to appraise the antique jewellery collection of Olivia Knox, who has died and left a fortune for her sister, Janice. Alicia is worried about the predictions made by future clock in her previous book, Antique Magic. She tries to stop the inevitable but fails to save a friend from dying. What follow next are deaths of two more people ...more
Kasey Cocoa
Feb 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
Harris does a fine job with bridging between the first and second novel without any jarring leaps or drops. The characters continue to develop well throughout this second book and remain true to who they are from book one. It's interesting to note that the transitions are smoother from start to finish as well. Each thread is intricately brought along for a very well executed finish that feels very well thought through. This is one of the better mystery books I've read and can easily recommend. I ...more
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ANTIQUE FORGERY
By: Eileen Harris

* I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

This mystery story has everything that a great book requires. Relatable, likable characters, a unique setting, a genuine mystery, lots of suspects, surprising twists and turns, a bit of magic, a bit of romance and a whole lot of great writing. Eileen Harris has created a winning combination with Alicia Trent and her Antiques business.

Alicia Trent is the
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Teresa
Feb 19, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2015, ebooks

The second of the Alicia Trent Mystery Series was a book I have been impatiently waiting to read and it did not disappoint. The first book in the series,Antique Magic, was excellent . I have been waiting on tenterhooks for book two to be available for review.

Eileen Harris has come up with a hook that grabs the reader and pulls them from one book to the next. In Antique Magic a prediction is made by the magical clock. It predicted that Alicia would discover the dead body of a friend. At the
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Kathryn Svendsen
Feb 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
Arthur and Janice Darnell were as close to family as Alicia Trent had and when Janice's estranged sister left her estate to Janice, Alicia was the first person she called to evaluate the antique jewellery. Antique Forgery is the second book in this series. On Alicia'a last business trip (to her home town) she had acquired what she called the future clock that told her what was going to happen on a specific day sometime in the future if she chose to listen to it. Only by listening to it could she ...more
books are love
Feb 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
The follow up to anitque magic is just as fun and crazy as the first mystery in the series was. Here Ali is going to Pennsylvania to help out family friends and murder is abound. She arrives with hesitation because the future clock told her a something disturbing. More disturbing though was what was happening with the Darnells and those around them. The first murder occurs and more questions arise. the detective isnt a big fan of Ali but turns out he is friends with Nick. Who we see make cameos ...more
Arpita Dash
Feb 16, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: first-read
Antique Forgery is the sequel to Antique Magic. This second book is as fantastic as the first book. Simply I loved the first book and after completion of first part I immediately started the second one.

This time the author has kept the plot simple; I even didnt predict the twist is coming. The characters are realistic and they will seek attention from you. The authors writing style is simple yet crisp and she has detailed every bit quite efficiently. Every character lies under the suspicion
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Teresa Kander
Jan 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: cozy-mysteries
This second book in the series is just as amazing as the first, Antique Magic. It picks up where the first one leaves off, with Alicia worried about the prediction that she will discover her friend's dead body. When her worst fears come true, she vows to get justice and begins trying to put all the pieces together to find the killer. In the meantime, the bodies are piling up, and Alicia worries that she could be next.

The story is very easy to read, and the mystery keeps you turning pages to get
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Mindy
May 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
Antique Forgery is the second book in the series, but can be read as a stand-alone. While it makes some references to the prior book, not having read the book will not impair the enjoyment of this book. That having been said, the first book was excellent.

In this book Alicia, or Ali as she prefers to be called, is off on yet another trip to catalog and appraise antiques. In this book, it is jewelry from the estate of a sister to her friend. And as always trouble seems to find her. As the body
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Evelyn
Sep 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
Antique Forgery was a well-written, well-plotted enjoyable cozy. The characters were interesting and likable. I will definitely read the first Alicia Trent mystery.
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