Saturday, April 1, 2017

The Illusionist's Apprentice by Kristy Cambron

The Illusionist's Apprentice
Kristy Cambron
Copyright © 2017 Kristy Cambron
Thomas Nelson Publisher
Advance Reader's Uncorrected Proof

Houdini's former apprentice, Wren, finds herself in a hurried race to beat the clock. Or is the killer?

Wren knows Houdini's secrets. And someone is out to get them. Someone willing to kill to get them. And Wren knows who it is.

Wren, well known in vaudeville, is an eccentric, wealthy woman in 1926. First she is in vaudeville, and second she wears "gentlemanly" clothing. She is definitely not the flapper irl of the roaring twenties!

Houdini's opinion of a known spiritualist wasn't good. Houdini was certain he was a fraud. When a public illusion goes wrong, and Houdini's foe is charged with murder, Wren finds herself defending the man, as she must now work with the newly formed FBI to find the real killer!

A charged, page turner, that will keep you up all night to read!

Cambron, an established author, outdoes herself in this fast paced, who-done-it.

I rate this book with Five Stars.

I give it a big Thumbs Up.

And I personally recommend it.

You can find the book HERE. It is available in Kindle ($8.99), Hardback ($28.49) and Paperback (8.79).

****DISCLAIMER: This book was provided by Amazon Vine in exchange for a fair & impartial review. All opinions above are solely those of this blog's author.

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