Street of the Five Moons
Publish date: January 10th 2006
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Vicky Bliss (#2)
I really liked this one. The first book seemed like it dragged on and on at the beginning. This book was written much better. You can tell Peters is improving. I really love the characters in this series and the humor and action. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
I liked this less than the first Vicky Bliss book. Still readable, and I like Vicky herself, but I didn't really warm to John Smythe and a lot of the plot left me rather cold.
A quick and fun read.
Dare I say I have a new (slight) addiction? I can’t heeeeelp it. (Schmidt! Dashing thieves! Art history!) I blame Leila. There is some content, although it’s pretty understated. [Nov. 2008]-----Street of the Five Moons by Elizabeth Peters: The second Vicky Bliss mystery and the one where John Smythe...
in a sentence or two: Vicky Bliss is hot on the trail of a gang of artistic forgeries in Rome. her sly detective work (insert sarcasm here) leads her to be kidnapped, beat up, be whisked away to an Italian mansion, and attacked by garden statues while on the case of the remarkably accurate forgeries...
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