Robin’s Review of Paper Targets: Art Can Be Murder
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Paper Targets: Art Can Be Murder
by Steve Saroff
Paper Targets: Art Can Be Murder by Steve Saroff While breaking into a financial network, a hacker falls for a dangerous artist.
While breaking into a financial network, a hacker falls for a dangerous artist. Based on the buried events of one of the largest criminal frauds in history, Paper Targets digs into the motivations of criminals on the fringe. Critics and reviewers are calling it "Wonderfully written," "A novel to read now," and "A literary thriller with a soul." Set in Montana, Paper Targets simmers with greed and love before boiling over along the red-flagged path between lost and found.
Robin's Review: "Paper Targets: Art Can Be Murder" is an incredibly exciting mystery crime thriller. The writing was top-notch, the pacing was fast, and the plot was well-crafted. I was completely absorbed by the characters and the storyline, making it impossible for me to put the book down. It was a real page-turner that kept me up all night, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a highly addictive and engaging read.
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