“This book passed my expectation by some way; the writing is crisp and the complicated area of art collecting and exhibiting masterpieces was presented for me to gain understanding and insight.”

“This book passed my expectation by some way; the writing is crisp and the complicated area of art and the world of collecting and exhibiting masterpieces was presented for me to gain understanding and insight. It is a true thriller mystery as it is unclear how the novel will unfold or the basis of the challenge set to Marion Spicer in her Father's will. He dies in mysterious circumstances and she is poised to inherit his unique and priceless collection of pre-Columbian artifacts. However she must first find three statues; until she has these in her possession she cannot fulfil the conditions of her Father's legacy. I liked the brief glimpses of Paris. I liked the various characters and the sense of threat. I thought the Police knowledge was a little to ahead of the game but this didn't distract from the book.” —Reader review

The Collector