The Great Jewel Robbery (A Front Page Mystery, #1)
Chicago Tribune reporters Emma and Grace have been best friends since college despite coming from different worlds. When Grace is assigned to cover an annual charity ball and auction being held at a lakeside mansion and her boyfriend bails on her, she brings Emma as her plus one. The night is going smoothly until Emma finds the host’s broth ...more
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I bow down to an author who can make a friendship from college seem like it was from childhood. They way Emma and Grace flow together make it seem like they have known each other their whole lives which is the friendships I love to read about.
Emma and Grace are very well written. The author reveals a little bit about where they came from without it feeling like it takes away from the overall plot. She makes this seem so effortless ...more
I’m not much in to writing reviews, as books are such personal choices. Lately everything I’ve read has felt heavy and as if it’s trying too hard. This book was the exact antidote to all my problems.
A fun and breezy romp through a weekend at a big mansion outside Chicago. It had all the components one would want for a fun summer read, best friends, check, romance, check, a mystery, check, and finally women who are not just accessorie ...more
A good mystery book keeps you guessing until the end.. and this one kept me guessing.
I loved how the story had a lot of characters- it made it more difficult to find out who did it. Each character was given a really good story line- sometimes when reading a book it’s hard to keep track of each character and who they are.. but the author did an awesome job at making it easy to keep up with. I really applaud her for adding so many different story lines and makin ...more
She combined her love of history, romance, ...more