Lost And Found
  • Lost And Found
  • Lost And Found
  • Lost And Found
ISBN: 1416909869
EAN13: 9781416909866
Language: English
Release Date: May 18, 2010
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 0.63" H x 7.56" L x 5.12" W
Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Very enjoyable - back on track
I agree with the other reviewer who enjoyed Eclipse Bay as the characters, dialogue and plot reminded her of the earlier books. I disagree with your Top 500 Reviewer in her review of Lost and Found. Overall, I thought the plot was very strong and the character development was very good. I also like the way JAK brings in enough of the book so that readers can identify. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone.
   Great book
I really enjoyed this book, it kept me guessing until the very end. I have read all the Jayne Ann Krentz biographies.
   Finders keepers
He masterfully meshed several story lines into a cohesive and compelling mystery with surprise endings. He formed a consulting firm with Cary Mack, a former New York City police detective, to try to track down missing and determine provenance. When a case turns dangerous and a family death is suspicious, they work together to find the killer.
A very sweet ending to a very sweet story. A very complicated story, but made me wonder how many more complicated it could be. It's a total waste of time, money and effort, but the twists and turns make it worth it.
   When I've finished something heavy and often boring, I know I can count on her for ...
When I've finished something heavy and often boring, I know I can count on her for a good romp. We all need something light and easy to read, Libowitz said.
   Deception and secrets in the art world
Lost and Found is one of my all time favs. The two best friends strike again in the opening pages of this week's issue. The story of missing armor, dot. com billionaires, art forgery and con men keep me on the edge of my seat each time I reread it. This story resonated with me because the heroine is trying to be herself and not the person her family thinks she to be, a younger version of their eccentric grandmother. He has a great leading man.