Abstract Aliases By Ritter Ames: Review/Giveaway

Feb 18, 2017 | 2017 Articles, Cynthia Chow, Mysteryrat's Maze

by Kathleen Costa

Details at the end of this post on how to enter to win either a signed print, or ebook copy of Abstract Aliases. We also have a link to order it from Amazon, and from an indie bookstore where a portion goes to help support KRL.

Is there any better way to celebrate the new year than with hundreds of thousands standing by the Thames awaiting the midnight fireworks extravaganza? Then you are surprised by an amorous New Year’s kiss from a surprise visitor, hit in the jaw by an errant fist and ? unannounced ? a direct link to the criminal mastermind you are seeking shows up!

Laurel Beacham, head of the UK branch of Beacham Ltd, and her unofficial and infuriating investigative partner. Jack Hawkins. become very suspicious when these two people find them. Coincidence, or could they have been tracked? Laurel has unwittingly become a ‘person of interest’ by many criminals, due to her dogged success in finding stolen masterpieces. The thought that this was planned, and not a fluke, puts them both on edge.book

The continuing investigation into a worldwide crime syndicate, art heists, forgeries, moles and murders has already put Laurel in danger, and the resurfacing of Simon Babbage, former head of the UK office, is very problematic and puts her on the run. Why is he back? What is he looking for? Then there is a breech in security and another attack on an art restorer with multiple passport identities.

Jack is in Italy checking on a key figure to their investigation who is in serious condition after being attacked in jail. Is he trading knowledge for a plea bargain? What does this guy know? Who wants him out? Once again, with the assistance from Scotland Yard and Laurel’s team, Cassie and Nico, she and Jack are off to uncover connections with the mastermind Moran, motives of a former employee, and secrets connected to her mother long since gone…a box, vintage jewelry and photographs.

This third book in the Bodies of Art Mystery series is as engaging and entertaining a worldwide romp as the first two books, and I highly recommend the entire series. There is an ongoing thread connecting the books together making it more enjoyable, starting at the beginning of the series with “Counterfeit Conspiracies” and “Marked Masters.”

Ritter Ames has penned a marvelous story with Laurel Beacham continuing to show her cleverness and intuition portraying a strong character, Jack Hawkins as the perfect partner, even though she might not recognize it. Realistic description and dialogue which adds to the excitement…I was thrilled!

Abstract Aliases earns 5/5 Newly Recovered Masterpieces!

Be a Fan!
Facebook – Ritter Ames Books
Website – Ritter Ames
Goodreads – Author Ritter Ames

This book was published by Henery Press. To learn more about their books check out their website: henerypress.com.

To enter to win either a signed print copy or ebook copy of Abstract Aliases, simply email KRL at krlcontests@gmail[dot]com by replacing the [dot] with a period, and with the subject line “abstract,” or comment on this article. Please include whether you want a print or ebook copy. A winner will be chosen February 25, 2017. U.S. residents only for the print copy. If entering via email please include your mailing address, and if via comment please include your email address.

Check out other mystery articles, reviews, book giveaways & short stories in our mystery section.

Click on this link to purchase this book & a portion goes to help support KRL & an indie bookstore Mysterious Galaxy:

You can use this link to purchase this book from Amazon. If you have ad blocker on you may not see the link:

sybilfinalad

Kathleen Costa is a long-time resident of the Central Valley, and although born in Idaho, she considers herself a “California Girl.” Graduating from CSU-Sacramento, she is a 35+ year veteran teacher having taught in grades 1-8 in schools from Sacramento to Los Angeles to Stockton to Lodi. Currently Kathleen is enjoying her retirement revitalizing hobbies along with exploring writing, reading for pleasure, and spending 24/7 with her husband.

Disclosure: This post contains links to an affiliate program, for which we receive a few cents if you make purchases. KRL also receives free copies of most of the books that it reviews, that are provided in exchange for an honest review of the book.

25 Comments

  1. Would love to read this book!!

    Reply
  2. Thank you for the chance to win. barbie17 (at) gmail (dot) com

    Reply
  3. I absolutely adore this series; with each new volume I get more involved with Laurel and Jack as I learn more about each one’s background. After reading each book, I almost feel like I’ve traveled internationally. ALMOST. I can’t wait for the next book release to find out what adventures of theirs I’ll share. I love these books. Kh38668 at yahoo dot com.

    Reply
  4. I have been absolutely entertained by this series, and am looking forward to book 4 I understand is in the works! Great!

    Reply
  5. I have not read any of this series yet. Thank you for given me the chance!
    debprice60@gmail.com

    Reply
  6. Enjoyed your article today. I have enjoyed book one and two of this author’s writing and would love to win this book and get up to date. I would prefer a print copy if I were lucky enough to win. I am trying to get as many books on CD or MP3 ddue to my vision problems but print books work well with my charming head piece with a magnifier and light I follow Ritter on FB and really appreciate learning more about the art world from her that I so enjoy.

    Thank you for the chance.

    Cynthis

    Reply
  7. Thank you so much for the chance.

    Reply
  8. Thank you for the chance to get a print copy.

    Reply
  9. A wonderful review of Abstract Aliases. Sounds like a great mystery series. I’ll check the books out.

    Reply
  10. This really sounds like a good series for me. New to me author, I need to widen my horizons.

    Reply
  11. I would love to read a print copy of this and review on goodreads and amazon once i finish as your review is so good of it.ptclayton2@aol.com

    Reply
  12. This sounds like an interesting read!
    Thank you for the chance. Zeta(at)iwon(dot)com

    Reply
  13. Not participating, I have mine already. As much as I love all the books of the series, Abstract Aliases is my favorite. Both the fast paced action of the plot and the wonderful relationship between the main characters as well as Laurel’s relationship with her team are fantastic.

    Reply
  14. Great giveaway! I’d love to be the lucky winner!
    lindaherold999(at)gmail(dot)com

    Reply
  15. Thank you for the chance to win an ebook.

    Reply
  16. This looks like a really interesting book. I’d love to win it, enjoy it and share it with my girls, who are all readers.

    NoraAdrienne (at) gmail (dot) com

    Reply
  17. This is a new author and series to me. Enjoyed the review and would like to read the book.
    diannekc8(at)gmail(dot)com

    Reply
  18. I would love to read in this series…sounds fabulous and thanks for the great review. I would like an ebook please…should I be lucky enough to win…okay fingers and toes crossed lol..
    Marilyn ewatvess@yahoo.com

    Reply
  19. This sounds like a terrific book in a series I am going to have to read!

    Reply
  20. I very much enjoy Ritter Ames’ books. Thanks for the giveaway.
    marlene(dot)ezell(at)gmail(dot)com

    Reply
  21. We have a winner!

    Reply
    • I didn’t find who the winner was in this giveaway. Wishful thinking that it was me. 🙂
      Thank you.
      Cynthia B.

      Reply

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

SUBSCRIBE NOW!

podcast

powered by TinyLetter

The gold medal for all-around wonderful kitty could easily go to darling Chicken Little! This cutiepie never misses an opportunity to hoot it up with her friends, explore any nook or cranny, and make it her mission to check out whatever happens to be going on. Chicken Little came along way after suffering a toe injury calling for immediate amputation. She's all better now and you can't even notice she's missing a rear toe. What an adorable combination she is of fun-loving spirit and sweet, deep affection, a girl who will easily capture hearts in a forever family that cherishes her. Precious Chicken Little would love to be your most darling doll! Check her out on the Cat House website to learn more.