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Priceless

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2006

    Lovetoread

    Most delightful easy read I've read in a long while. One to pass on to friends and family, as well as reread for pure fun and pleasure.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2004

    A 6. As good as it gets

    She led a duel life as the power behind a London auction house while separating the undeserving rich from their fabulous jewels. Kick Keswick was a media icon for her daring thefts, always leaving a bouquet of shamrocks tied by a ribbon behind. Never caught, she retired to Province where she married Scotland Yard¿s Thomas Curtis, an art thief known as the Samaritan Burglar. They were very happy in their new life until the day Thomas disappears with Kick¿s jewels................................ A heartbroken Kick becomes very angry when she reads about a jewel thief that is using her name and leaving a bunch of shamrocks behind after each heist. Afraid that if the thief continues she will be caught for past crimes, Kick decides to find the imposter, recover the jewelry and return it to its owners. In Portafuro, at a private charity event, the Millennium Star will be worn by a Hollywood actress. No true jewel thief can resist such an offering; Kick finagles an invitation to slay at the villa where she puts a plan in motion that will allow her if she is lucky to steal the Star and the rest of the jewels the imposter took.............................................. Kick is her adorable, felonious self, a mature, wealthy vulnerable woman who has come out of retirement to catch a thief. This upbeat comic crime caper is fast paced, extremely creative and filled with quirky characters that add much spice to this sensual suspense tale. Ironically, Thomas is the person in charge of catching the thief and the meeting at the Villa between the estranged husband and wife is a memorable scene............................. Hariet Klausner

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014

    Highly recommend

    It made me curious enough to purchase the next book in the series. Interesting.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2010

    Make an ebook

    My favorite series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2004

    Retired Jewel Thief, Kick, must avenge her reputation

    Kick Keswick is a retired jewel thief. She wasn¿t just any jewel thief, she was the Shamrock Burglar. Now she and her husband, Commander Thomas Curtis of the Scotland Yard, have retired to their wonderful home in Provence. They enjoy wonderful food and picnics in lavender-filled fields. Not long after Thomas disappears with her secret cache of precious stones and a cryptic note, Kick starts hearing about the antics of the Shamrock Burglar stealing irreplaceable jewels. Since she didn¿t do the thefts, she knows an imposter is out using her signature. And they aren¿t using it right, she might add. She fears Thomas has betrayed her and heads off to figure out who is pretending to be the Shamrock Burglar and see if she can trip them up without being caught herself. She also finds out that her husband is heading up the investigation. She ends up in Portofino where there is to be a large ball. She is watching the various people trying to figure out who the burglar is. Plus she is scoping out the location of the ball. Various interesting things happen along the way. She is finally able to gain access and stay at the home where the ball will be held. Now, can she find a way to thwart the thief and get away without being caught? I love this series. Kick Keswick is so much fun. She is charming and always wonderfully dressed. Her antics are delightful and there is plenty of intrigue to keep you guessing. Not only is she a well-developed character, but the places she visits are described so well, I feel like I visited them. Plus what woman wouldn¿t love reading about all the wonderful jewelry and diamonds! I look forward to many more adventures of Kick. I highly recommend this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 3, 2014

    Fun story. Enjoyed as much as the first in the series.

    Fun story. Enjoyed as much as the first in the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2014

    Recommendj

    Sde.ifhtful ... Fun to read. Ordered the next book .. Perfect

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