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“The pace of the book is like a speeding car; hung on every word and was anxious to find out what developed on the next page.”

"While reading this book, I felt like I was in one of those crime/forensic shows like CSI: Miami or Criminal Minds. Yes I must agree! It was a like Criminal Minds in book form! Such brilliant and superb language, plus the mystery was well thought out."

" Most likely when you read this book, you'll start to feel like you're watching a movie. It's actually incredible because I've never actually really experienced that before with a book. The book took one of my favorite things, which is violence and murder, and completely took on a new turn."

“This book is so full of intrigue and surprises that you will not want to put it down. 'The Valentine Circle' is riveting and suspenseful and full of characters that readers will want to know more about.”

“A gritty and fast-paced historical murder mystery. The characters are developed and well-written, from the quirky and intelligent good guys to the nefarious bad guys.”

“A very well developed historical murder mystery with excellent character development.”

“This book was a mystery within a mystery. Not only are you wondering who did the crime and what the Valentine Circle is really about, but you are wondering who this mysterious main character is.”

“I think anyone who is looking for a good mystery, with some intriguing twists and turns as well as an unusual lead character will find this book quite interesting.”

“I started the book not knowing what is was going to be like, COULD NOT put it down. Read it in 2 days. If you like murder, mystery and elite people getting what they deserve, I really suggest this book for you!”

“So many good elements in this story. A historical setting, a mystery spanning continents, powerful families, trained psychopaths, and the list goes on. The story really pulls all these unique elements together while still leaving so many avenues for follow up stories. Too many arcs to choose from as to which one would be best to learn more about.”