Heron's Cove

Heron's Cove

Book - 2012
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FBI deep-cover agent Colin Donovan and art crimes expert Emma Sharpe investigate when jewelry designer Tatiana Pavlova informs them that a priceless Russian jewelry collection that has recently been found is about to be stolen.The second book in Carla Neggers's series is a gripping story of romantic suspense, where FBI agents Sharpe and Donovan must decide whether working alone or standing together is the way to outwit an enemy set to tear them apart. After escaping death, deep-cover agent Colin Donovan is back home with his new love, art crimes expert Emma Sharpe. Then Tatiana Pavlova, a London-based jewelry designer, asks for Emma's help -- a collection from a lost era of Russian opulence, decadence and rare beauty has resurfaced, and it's about to be stolen again. And Colin realizes his nightmare isn't over. It's just begun.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Harlequin, 2012.
ISBN: 9780778313755
Characteristics: 327 pages ;,25 cm.


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Apr 28, 2016

Another good story by Carla Neggers. This story continues with Colin and Emma. They are still trying to find out who is the murderer. If they find out who it is, then maybe they can solve the art that has been missing for years. A good read.

Nov 26, 2012

A follow up to the earlier Saint's Gate features two FBI agents working out their relationship while a case involving the theft of a Russian jewel and art collection comes their way. Good for readers of the author.

thunderingfox Sep 30, 2012

Author writes as if she is being paid by the word. After 100 pages I gave up reading it. Our hero and heroine are referred to as "FBI agents" about 5 times per page. After 100 pages this is pretty lame and a little insulting. Does the author think the reader may have forgotten?

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