Toulouse For Death

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Once again Sharon O’Mara has a job to do: Return an incredible Toulouse Lautrec painting to its rightful owners after it was stolen by the Nazis in 1938. Sharon quickly discovers there is more to her client’s secret treasure than just a few paintings. After seventy years an American GI and a Nazi SS soldier are again pitted against each other. More

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About Gregory Randall

Gregory C. Randall was born in the summer of 1949 in Traverse City, Michigan, raised on the Southside of Chicago, schooled at Kent State and Michigan State and then, in the early seventies moved to California with his wife and never looked back. A professional landscape architect and urban designer, Randall's first book was a non-fiction history of America's first post World War II planned community Park Forest, Illinois (America's Original GI Town, Park Forest Illinois). He republished GI Town in 2010 under his own publishing house, Windsor Hill Publishing.

Current series are The Sharon O'Mara Chronicles (4 books) and the forthcoming Tony Alfano Detective series located in Chicago in 1933. His novel Elk River has won awards in Young Adult Fiction and in LBGT literature and was a Benjamin Franklin finalist.

In 2014 he is expecting to publish three new thrillers.

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Review by: E J Lamprey on March 20, 2013 :
This would be a 4 star review if not for some slightly scrappy editing issues - set your tolerance bar up a notch and try to ignore the gazillion commas, because it's worth it. The book was fun, it was lively, I liked the characters, I liked the adventure. I flagged briefly after the adventure turned sideways (no spoilers) but figured if Sharon O'Mara could handle it, so could I. We were both right. A good read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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