Alison Schuyler knows that as the recipient of the Van Schuyler curse she can never marry. Instead she contents herself with art and by working in the family’s old art gallery in Rotterdam. But when World War II strikes her world begins to unravel with devastating effects. Her life is soon consumed with protecting living and inanimate treasure from barbaric Nazi rule. Before long war strikes closer to home. The world has gone over the edge.
Well. Let’s put it like this. If Johnnie Alexander turns out anything as engrossing as Where Treasure Hides she will be a new favorite author. I’ve got my fingers crossed for a sequel in fact. This story took so many twists and turns I was being forever amazed. It’s a good story and very well written. I loved the many sides of human nature that was displayed and how both the good and evil were multifaceted. Highly recommend!
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