Annie has picked up her life and moved temporarily to London, England to pursue an interesting line of research for the Shalom Foundation – the Jew of Holborn. She’s been hired to prove that there was a goldsmith in London during the Tudor time. There are clues pointing to that line of research, but she must prove it and stay alive.
This book took a few interesting twists. Annie meets Geoff – who just happens to look identical to the monk she say her first night in her rental flat. The pair are swept up into a mystery that spans centuries, and could lead to a treasure that could change the course of history and their lives.
I loved how the author intertwined history, mystery, suspense and a touch of romance into the story. It was such a wonderful combination. Annie is such a fantastic character – she has been through a lot in her life and I felt for her. She’s trying to so hard to be a better mother and change her life for the better.
Would I recommend this book? When I first starting reading this book, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But as I read further into the story and was drawn into the mystery and how everything fit together – I was hooked! It is a combination of some of my favorite genres and I couldn’t put it down. Would I read more by this author? Most definitely.