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Theft Between the Rains

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What would you do if you worked at a reputable international museum and art works listed as still missing since the Second World War began showing up on your doorstep?

That's the dilemma facing reluctant sleuth Kalena Boyko when she starts receiving enigmatic clues leading her to precious works of art, long thought lost forever since the plunder, during WWII, of some of E
Kindle Edition, 336 pages
Published August 1st 2019
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Jody Fuller
Dec 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I liked the character development - I felt like I knew them. Also, the familiarity of various locations in the city was fun - I felt like I was there. The plot keeps you guessing. Interesting facts, historical and architectural, advice on the best chocolate brands, smoothie recipes, fashion, and humour is sprinkled throughout the book. Enjoyable and intriguing to read.
Carol Syrnyk
Dec 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A fun filled read that was hard to put down! The characters are well developed and the story is entertaining from start to finish. I enjoyed the numerous new factoids about the great city of Toronto! A must read for the holidays!
Jan 26, 2021 rated it liked it
Another fun read. I liked the familiarity of the locations while still being able to learn something new since I don't live in Toronto. The plot felt more rushed in this book than in the first, and the Saudi sub-plot didn't really add anything other than a couple moments of convenient confusion for the characters and one nice character building scene (very late in the book). There's definitely more character building/revelation for Kalena, but even that feels a little forced in places.

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Luba grew up in the Hamilton, Ontario area. Soon after finishing her graduate studies at McMaster University in history, Luba landed on the doorstep of Canada’s largest museum, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto where she worked for more than 20 years.

Moving from positions in the Education and Programs Departments to the Museum’s consulting branch, she concluded her career at the institution in

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