What an excellent book. I have yet to be disappointed in a Bradford Morrow book.

This relatively short thriller is set in the world of book collectors and those who forge literary letters and inscriptions. The mystery is who killed Adam Diehl, until of course, the reader is lulled briefly into thinking that maybe the book is a bit of a love story. Then the story quickens again when the narrator is blackmailed with letters written in the hand of famous authors. At which point the pace of the book really picks up with this frenzied ending that, I swear, I heard a record scratch noise and said aloud, “Wait, what?!”

This book is so good. If you like think-y thrillers definitely pick this up.


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