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Monday, June 5, 2017

Review: Lilac and Old Gold by Jeff Siebold

DUPLICITY. MANIPULATION. MURDER.

Zeke’s job is to keep his client alive. Hired to protect a clever counterfeiter who escaped a Mexican cartel, Zeke Traynor begins the job with a ransom exchange that goes bad and a client who disappears. A former counterintelligence agent, Zeke uses all of his skills to find and protect Alberto Cruz from the cartel’s assassin. But when the twisted killer strikes, Zeke realizes that to end the threat he must also neutralize the head of the cartel, Jefe.

Lilac and Old Gold, A Zeke Traynor Mystery is the first novel in a series of mystery thrillers. If you like fast-action and plenty of twists and turns, you’ll love the intelligent and tension-filled Zeke Traynor mysteries.

Experience Lilac and Old Gold for yourself, and enjoy the ride!


**** 4 Stars ****

I am so picky when it comes to thrillers and mysteries. I was scared to read this because I didn't want to not like it. I desperately wanted this book to hook me.... and it DID! I can't wait to dive into the next two books of this series, Bluegrass and Crimson and Ardmore Green!

I admit, at first, I had a hard time following Jeff's writing style. It didn't take me long to get into the groove with his style. This book was a lot more complex than I had anticipated. I found myself rereading a few parts because I felt like I was missing something... Please note that my missing something wasn't because of the writing; it was totally me for not paying enough attention while I was reading.

This story took me on some twists and turns that I did and didn't see coming. I was hooked from the very beginning and couldn't wait to see where the story took me by the time I reached the end.

Mr. Siebold is defenitely an author to keep your eye out for. And he has won me over. For those who like mystery and thrillers, definitely give this book a chance!

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