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Are some cars built evil? Collins tantalizes with this question and incorporates his love of classic cars into his latest. It’s an unforgettable, fast-paced and memorable mystery with a splash of intrigue and some romance.
— Patsy Glans
Ace Collins is the author and an avid collector of classic cars. Collin’s book would make a good Father’s Day present. When Dad puts it down, the rest of the family can enjoy the read.
Posted February 3, 2014
Very well written and edited. An old fashioned who-done-it. Set in the 1930's-1940's. Deals with murder, robbery, kidnapping and gender discrimination in the workplace which was a common issue for women at that time. The story grabs you from the very first page and keeps you reading. This is a book that can be enjoyed by most age groups. There is no foul language, explicit sex or overly descriptive violence. It's just a great story with a plot that integrates the lives of several people over the years. I will be looking to read more by this author. I was fortunate enough to purchase this one when it was on sale for $0.99
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Posted June 24, 2014
In The Yellow Packard, the author, Ace Collins, interweaves three stories together around the car that some call cursed. It is at this time about a third of the way through the story that we meet Helen Meeker, a Secret Service agent, assigned to the FBI in a Grand Experiment. With all the intrigue, the reader has a hard time setting the book down wanting to know what’s next. There are a lot of surprises. This book is well worth the read and I highly recommend it to all mystery fans.