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Agatha Christie meets Taylor Jenkins Reid in this page-turning mystery woven into a brilliantly comedic drama — HighlyRecommendedBooks.com
Hours after a man discovers a secret destined to tear his family apart, Pia Sabel discovers his corpse.
As police chief of a small, peaceful town, Scott Jacobsen never expected to investigate his uncle’s murder. Nor did he expect anyone to dig into his adoption or his family’s ties to mobsters. Looming over his investigation, the town is desperately trying to land the Sabel Research Center and its high paying jobs. But did the mayor have to ask Pia Sabel herself to help him solve the case?
Working with the difficult and enigmatic Sabel is bad enough but now he has a Sophocles-spouting homeless lady as a witness; a stolen masterpiece as a possible motive; and a deadly gangster as a constant threat. Sabel keeps dragging him in incomprehensible directions, giving him reason to question her competence. Yet everything she does brings to light more long-buried secrets—one of which will change his life forever.
In a story that addresses the meaning of family, issues of adoption, identity, inclusion, and rejection arise in many different and unexpected ways.
A sweeping mystery of identity, love, and betrayal, The Rembrandt Decision is one of the finest mysteries of our time. —Dr. Louis Kirby, bestselling author of Shadow of Eden
From the shocking opening murder through its delightful smalltown characters to its breathless final reveal, Rembrandt is irresistible. —Five-Star Amazon Review
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★★★★★ Praise for Seeley James’ Sabel Security series
Who else could write a humorous tragedy with a happy ending? The intense psychological mystery, decades-old family secrets, and charming smalltown characters will keep you captivated all night. -- Melissa K, Goodreads
Serious book clubs will embrace this atmospheric mystery’s themes of inclusion, rejection, and adoption mirrored against motherhood, family, and race. Reese Witherspoon should give this a nod. -- Mickey R, Amazon Reader
Plenty of edge of the seat suspense, a splash of well-timed humor, and adventures that leave you wanting more -- Susan Gainoutdinov
I really tried to pace myself so it would last but I kept getting caught up in the story and couldn't put it down. -- Cclsea, Amazon