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(Jan Phillips #3)

4.17  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
A life cut short; unsolved robberies plaguing Philadelphia’s Jeweler’s Row; a cryptic message scrawled on a paper napkin; a Romanov prince; a young man held captive in Iran; a terrorist cell bent on revenge; and an opera company due to mount a rarely performed production of Handel’s Alexander’s Feast. What do these have to do with Jan Phillips?

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ebook, 170 pages
Published June 29th 2016 by Dreamspinner Press
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4.5 Stars ~ Sparkles is the third book in the Jan Phillips series, so I highly recommend reading Whatever Happened to Jan Phillips? and Sons to get the full effect of Jan’s life.

Jan finds himself alone again after the passing of his longtime lover, Michael Lin. He has been secluded while mourning his loss, but he gets an e-mail from his son, Colin, and travels to Montana for a visit. Jan is proud of Colin and what he’s accomplished, but he can tell there’s something troubling between Colin and
Crystal Marie
Aug 18, 2016 rated it it was ok
Sparkles by Michael Halfhill is the third in the Whatever Happened to Jan Phillips series. It’s an ensemble book about Jan Phillips, a man in mourning from the loss of his lover. In Sparkles Jan solves the mystery of Philadelphia’s stolen jewels, stops a nuclear war, and finds new love. Yeah, it was a lot.

Halfhill’s characters were rife with palpable emotions, and the settings came alive with explicit details. (As a Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania native, I appreciated the all too rare hometown
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