Harbor Island

Harbor Island

eBook - 2014
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In this vivid and suspenseful addition to her widely acclaimed Sharpe & Donovan series, New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers takes readers on a heart-stopping journey from Boston to Ireland to the rocky coast of Maine Emma Sharpe, granddaughter of world-renowned art detective Wendell Sharpe, is a handpicked member of a small Boston-based FBI team. For the past decade Emma and her grandfather have been trailing an elusive serial art thief. The first heist was in Ireland, where an ancient Celtic cross was stolen. Now the Sharpes receive a replica of the cross after every new theft--reminding them of their continued failure to capture their prey. When Emma receives a message that leads her to the body of a woman on a small island in Boston Harbor, she finds the victim holding a small, cross-inscribed stone--one she recognizes all too well. Emma's fiancé, FBI deep-cover agent Colin Donovan, is troubled that she's gone off to the island alone,..
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2014
ISBN: 9781460330296
Branch Call Number: EBOOK

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Apr 28, 2016

The saga continues with both Colin and Emma. They are traveling back and forth from Ireland and Maine trying to solve a murder as well as help Emma's grandfather solve the old case of the missing art. Another good read.

Jan 06, 2015

The latest in the line of Sharpe and Donovan novels by the author starts off with a murder in the Boston harbour and brings in an array of newcomers and characters already established in the series. The matter of an art thief, an underlying subplot in the series, also factors in. The author moves things along briskly and gives her leading characters an easygoing chemistry.


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