Release Date: February 21, 2018
Her husband wants her locked away in a psychiatric facility. His business partner wants her dead.Isabella Armond thought her husband was a physician. Why wouldn’t she? He indeed appeared to be a prominent cardio-thoracic surgeon with a high-end Paris practice. But what she did not know was that he was also a black-market butcher. Aligned with his business partner the two stole and brokered thousands of organs from unsuspecting victims. Adrien Armond, a psychopath, whose addiction to power and the good life needed a constant infusion of funds. Isabella alone stood in his way and that just would not do.Isabella was now the target of the only man that could save her.
Two is a crossover story of sorts. It starts shortly before the first book ends, but it takes place in Paris. There is an overlap event that serves to bring the first book to a close and the second book into play. In Two, the same Thomas Crowne Affair/ Jason Bourne type of story continues, only this time it the story gets kicked up and involves more than just art theft and forgery. The reader gets to take a walk on the dark side in Egypt, Iran and Russia. I cannot even begin to explain this plot because it has about 100 levels of complicated and suspense. Regardless, I blew through this book because I could not put it down. It was completely engrossing.
Trust me when I say that Two is a great book. The characters have more sides to them than you would expect. The plot twists and turns like a mountain switchback road. The pace is crazy fast, so slow yourself down because you will miss those little details that make a huge difference. I loved Two: Mind Games and Murder! I’m am not so patiently waiting for the final installment of this series.
“I want her dead. Make it happen,” Avigad stated. His thick lips enveloped the rim of the fine china cup. Her death was not a suggestion. It was an order to be carried out without question. An assassination. I was a surgeon but his chosen assassin for this death. “I don’t care what method you employ. Get it done.”