Book Reviews of Deadly Grace

Deadly Grace
Deadly Grace
Author: Taylor Smith
ISBN-13: 9781551669458
ISBN-10: 1551669455
Publication Date: 4/1/2003
Pages: 512
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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After a career as an international diplomat and later an intelligence analyst, Taylor Smith turned her experience into bestselling fiction. (inside back cover)
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`Great read. Taylor Smith is an excellent mystery writer. Lots of twists and turns. A real page turner.
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First rate political thriller.
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from the back cover:

On a cold winter night in a small Minnesota town in 1979, someone comes looking for Grace Meade. She is killed and her house is set ablaze. Incredibly, the prime suspect is her own daughter, Jillian.

Rescued from the burning house, Jillian Meade is hospitalized, unable-or unwilling- to speak. After and attempt to take her own life, Jullian's doctor gives her a blank journal and encourages her to write about her mother's death.

Unaware of what has happened, FBI Special Agent Alex Cruz comes to Havenwood, Minnesota, to interview Jillian. Two elderly women were found murdered in their homes in England, and Jillian, it seems, was the last person to see both women alive. When he learns that Jillian's own mother met a similar fate, he realizes that there is far more going on than anyone ever imagined.

When Jillian suddenly disappears, Cruz has only her journal to decipher the story of Grace and Jillian Meade. A story of a wartime heist of Nazi gold, of unforgivable betrayals and ruthless actions. A deadly secret fromt he past, Cruz learns, has surfaced. And if he doesn't find Jillian soon, she, too, amy be made to pay the ultimate price.
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great suspenseful romance. It's a can't put down book.
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This is a fabulous book full of turns and twists. Jillian is searching for her mother's past as a member of the French Resistance during WWII and finds out that some things are not always as they seem. A page turner!
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GOOD DETECTIVE MYSTERY. AGENT TRACKS VILLAIN TO FRANCE. GOOD HISTORICAL REFERENCES OF WORLD WAR TWO AND THE FRENCH RESISTANCE. VERY GOOD READ.
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On a cold winter night in a small Minnesota town in 1979, someone comes looking for Grace Meade. She is killed and her house is set ablaze. Incredibly, the prime suspect is her own daughter, Jillian.
Rescued from the burning house, Jillian Meade is hospitalized, unable-- or unwilling -- to speak. Aftr an attempt to take her own life, Jillian's doctor gives her a blank journal to encourage her to write about her mother's death.
Unaware of what has happened, FBI Special Agent Alex Cruz comes to Havenwood, Minnesota, to interview Jillian. Two elderly women were found murdered in their homes in Englan, and Jillian, it seems, was the last person to see both women alive. When he learns that Jillian's own mother met a similar fate, he realizes that there is far mor going on than anyone ever imagined.
When Jillian suddenly disappears, Cruz has only her journal to decipher the story of Grace and Jillian Meade. A story of a wartime heist of Nazi gold, or unforgivable betrayals and ruthless actions A deadly secret from the past, Cruz learns,has surfaced. And if he doesn't find Jillian soon, she, too, may be made to pay the ultimate price.
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good read.
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good, edgewear