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The Mozart Murders
by J B Thompson Publish America

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1413709028

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

You'll find The Mozart Murders an absorbing and complex read, a tale spun with layered subplots to add to your reading enjoyment. From beginning to end, you'll find it hard to put aside for any reason. FBI Agents John Garrett, Jack MacAnder and Julianne Bransfield, the woman John loves, are caught in a web spun by an evil character they know only as Giovanni. Julianne wants to go back to work as an undercover agent and John mistakenly uses the word 'forbid'. Julianne resigns and disappears, only to surface weeks later as a prisoner of a man called Antonio LaBrozzi who hates John and has pledged revente for a perceived wrong. The plot thickens with a series of murdered bankers and robberies of their banks by computer as John is tracking Julianne. He begins to despair of ever getting her back. Highly recommended by a satisfied reader. Talented author J. B. Thompson knows how to weave a tale of intrigue, romance and mystery that is well worth the time. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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