The Paradise Gallery (Solaire Series #3)

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Roman Solaire travels to Montreal where he must locate vital data held by a traitorous computer entrepreneur, find out the identity of a mysterious painter, and romance the beautiful owner of the Paradise Gallery. Solaire must risk everything to stop the data from reaching dangerous hands and complete his third assignment to date. More

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Words: 19,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301560172
About Mobashar Qureshi

MOBASHAR QURESHI was named one of the ten rising Canadian mystery writers to watch by Quill & Quire Magazine in 2007. He was born in Benin City, Nigeria in 1978. When he was young he lived briefly in Karachi, Pakistan. He now lives in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Economics.

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Review by: dolphinchick on July 30, 2013 :
This, the 3rd book in the Roman Solaire series, was another fun adventure! These books are short easy to read books filled with action. When you read all of them you slowly learn more and more tidbits about the main characters and you fall in love with them. Being men and in the kind of work they are in, they're never gushing with emotional details about themselves, and to be honest, I doubt I’d like them as much if they did. They have jobs to that come very close to killing them way too often, so sharing personal info isn't high on their to do list! Getting the job done and done right is!
This particular story stuck me as great timing as far as government, or private sector, having and keeping information on the general public! Scary possibilities out there!!
Once again though Roman, and his awesome sidekick Levack, get in, seemingly, over their heads and Roman almost pays the ultimate price!!
Once again I'd love to, at some point, see a novel size book to really sink my teeth into...but until then these are some wonderful and exciting short stories to lose yourself in for a bit!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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