Impostor's Lure

Impostor's Lure

Master of suspense and New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers delivers an exhilarating page-turner where the disappearance of a federal prosecutor launches the latest high-stakes case for FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan.Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of Master of suspense and New York Times bestselling author Carla Neggers delivers an exhilarating page-turner where the...

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Title:Impostor's Lure
Author:Carla Neggers
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:0778359972
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Impostor's Lure Reviews

  • Nicole
    Aug 31, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

  • Debbie
    Aug 18, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

  • Jan
    Sep 18, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

  • Nancy
    Oct 20, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

  • Alyssa
    Aug 27, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

  • Mary
    Sep 11, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

  • Julia David
    Aug 12, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

  • Amy Gennaro
    Oct 29, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

    This is the first book in this series I have read, and to be honest, it took me a long time to really understand what has gone on. There are so many characters and a few different locations. The author does do a good job of explaining who everyone is, how they know each other, etc whic...

    Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for my candid review. This book is number 8 of the Sharpe & Donovan series by Carla Neggers. I believe that I got lost sometimes in this book due to the fact that I have not read the first books in the series. There wa...

  • Denise
    Sep 20, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

  • Tracey
    Aug 25, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

  • Marlene
    Aug 31, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

  • Cheryl Whitty
    Aug 26, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

  • Angela
    Sep 09, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

  • Kathleen Schilling
    Sep 09, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

  • books are love
    Sep 04, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

  • Mari
    Aug 23, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

  • Diane Saul
    Jul 17, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

  • Owl._.
    Sep 19, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

  • Jan
    Jun 29, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

    This is the first book in this series I have read, and to be honest, it took me a long time to really understand what has gone on. There are so many characters and a few different locations. The author does do a good job of explaining who everyone is, how they know each other, etc whic...

    Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for my candid review. This book is number 8 of the Sharpe & Donovan series by Carla Neggers. I believe that I got lost sometimes in this book due to the fact that I have not read the first books in the series. There wa...

    Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) It has been a while since I read a Carla Neggers book and I have to say I wasn't crazy about this book. This apparently is the 8th in this series and I am going to tell you, you probably should read the first books to be able to get intrigu...

    I love this series and enjoyed this one very much. Colin and Emma become part of an investigation that spans the globe from Dublin, London, Boston and small Maine villages. All of our favorite characters make an appearance. This book has a melancholy feel to it based on the crime and t...

    Great suspense plus knitting! Art fraud, several murders, FBI and MI5 make for very interesting stuff,but it's the interweaving of plots, important characters, and the escalating tension to find the motives as well as learning more about the interpersonal relationships of the multiple ...

  • Cathy
    Aug 31, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

    This is the first book in this series I have read, and to be honest, it took me a long time to really understand what has gone on. There are so many characters and a few different locations. The author does do a good job of explaining who everyone is, how they know each other, etc whic...

  • Linda Smatzny
    Oct 04, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

  • Pelusa Rivera
    Aug 30, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

    This is the first book in this series I have read, and to be honest, it took me a long time to really understand what has gone on. There are so many characters and a few different locations. The author does do a good job of explaining who everyone is, how they know each other, etc whic...

    Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for my candid review. This book is number 8 of the Sharpe & Donovan series by Carla Neggers. I believe that I got lost sometimes in this book due to the fact that I have not read the first books in the series. There wa...

    Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) It has been a while since I read a Carla Neggers book and I have to say I wasn't crazy about this book. This apparently is the 8th in this series and I am going to tell you, you probably should read the first books to be able to get intrigu...

  • Lea
    Aug 18, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

  • Lynn
    Aug 28, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

  • Cheryl
    Aug 26, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

    Carla Neggers does it again in her eighth novel in the Sharpe & Donovan series with a brilliantly written mystery. We reunite with Emma and Colin in this book as they are thrust into the mystery of a death of a couple, a missing federal prosecutor and the suspicious death of a Russ...

    This is the first book in this series I have read, and to be honest, it took me a long time to really understand what has gone on. There are so many characters and a few different locations. The author does do a good job of explaining who everyone is, how they know each other, etc whic...

    Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for my candid review. This book is number 8 of the Sharpe & Donovan series by Carla Neggers. I believe that I got lost sometimes in this book due to the fact that I have not read the first books in the series. There wa...

    Rcvd an ARC at no cost to author..(netgalley) It has been a while since I read a Carla Neggers book and I have to say I wasn't crazy about this book. This apparently is the 8th in this series and I am going to tell you, you probably should read the first books to be able to get intrigu...

    I love this series and enjoyed this one very much. Colin and Emma become part of an investigation that spans the globe from Dublin, London, Boston and small Maine villages. All of our favorite characters make an appearance. This book has a melancholy feel to it based on the crime and t...

  • Barbara Schultz
    Sep 24, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

  • Em__Jay
    Sep 02, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

  • Pam
    Sep 02, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...

    Really enjoyed this latest Sharp and Donovan story. I've been Carla Neggers for years (and this series). I read that this could be a stand=alone, but I don't see it. There is a lot of backstory and characters involved and if you didn't know any of the history, it would be difficult to ...

    Originally published at Reading Reality The Sharpe & Donovan series is somewhere in that borderland between romantic suspense and mystery. Sorta/kinda like a contemporary version of In Death, but in a different place on the romantic suspense/mystery divide than the futuristic se...

    Review originally posted at A Lovely Book Affair. Received an advanced copy from NetGalley/InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review. *Actual rating: 4.5 stars This is one of the rare times I?ve decided to read a mystery/suspense novel, and I have to admit I?m impress...

    I definitely need to go back and read more in this series and continue reading this series when another comes out. This was a wonderfully written book. I couldn?t put it down for I had to know who was killing and kidnapping and why. The book had subplots at the same time that wer...

    This is the eighth book in a series with these same characters, and as such, it was a little difficult for me to keep the characters and their relationships straight because it was the first one that I had read. Having said that, the author does explain each relationship, but there are...

    3.75 stars That intro made the story intriguing and made me curious. Honestly I wasn't sure what was going on in the start, there were many things shown bits and pieces of the mystery adding up. In a way I like that makes you think and guess what's going on. The intercontinental set...

    DNF @ 60ish% I?ve heard of Carla Neggers but I don?t recall every having read any of her books which is why I took the opportunity to review this title. Regrettably, this book is not for me. Touted as a standalone, I can accept the book does tick this box, however it does so ...

    Impostor's Lure is the 8th book in Carla Neggers' Sharpe and Donovan series. I really enjoy a good "whodunit" with a side of romance and had high hopes for Impostor's Lure. It had all of the elements I look for in a book of this type; a missing person, international intrigue, a little ...

    Great book. Lovethis series. Good entertainment. Story keeps you guessing and wanting to read on.... Newlyweds Emma and Colin are suspicious when prosecutor Tamara McDermott is a no-show at a Boston dinner party. Matt Yankowski, head of HIT, Emma and Colin's small, elite Boston-base...

    This is really 3 1/2 stars for me. I liked the overall story, although it was pretty easy to figure out. I believe in the previous two books, I didn't like that Emma and Colin were apart so much and although romance isn't the focus of these books, it is a fair part of it. I'm not sure ...

    I've adored FBI agents Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan since I began this series. Later I came to appreciate the whole Sharpe clan with their art expertise, and all of those Donovan brothers showing up at just the right time. And while Oliver York was thought to be a criminal art thief f...

    * I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own * This is the story of Emma Sharpe and Colin Donovan who are now newlyweds. Continuing as FBI agents working for HIT they war put on a case to find missing prosecutor Tamara McDermott. Matt Yankowski, boss...

    Carla Neggers is one of the best at writing complex plots with cryptic clues & assorted events that don?t seem to be but end up being related. A tough prosecutor goes to visit her daughter for her birthday & disappears. A linguist is killed in London by a rifle. A woman overd...

  • Niken Widyastuti
    Aug 21, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

  • Susan Lindemulder
    Sep 03, 2018

    A federal prosecutor drops by Emma Sharpe/Colin Donovan?s apartment in Boston and invites them to a 21st birthday dinner for her daughter Adalyn that evening. They are not friends, but their FBI boss is also coming, so Emma agrees. Tamara is a no show for her daughter?s dinner. ...

    Impostor?s Lure Carla Neggers Number eight in Carla Neggers spellbinding Sharpe and Donovan series, Impostor?s Lure, is another fantastic magic show featuring the author?s iconic cryptic clues, slight of hand and red herring crime solving techniques leading the unsuspecting c...

    This series is one of my favorite series. This book is the ninth one and I never get tired of Emma and Colin. I liked that they are together for most of the story. The characters make this series good. The mysteries are sometimes confusing. Not this one. The villain is not really a sur...

    When I read the first Emma and Colin book, I thought that it was going to be a pretty good series. With each book, I realize that this is more than a good series. I have fallen in love with Emma, Colin and the rest of the crew. The newlyweds stumble upon another mystery and several liv...

    8th book in the series, and it should come with note to read previous books first. The story itself was standalone, yet the characters in it (and they are A LOT!) had interconnection and relationships that span for books. Yes, we?re told who they were and what the relationships we...

    Reviewed on behalf of http://bookaddict.live, This was my first foray into a Carla Neggers murder mystery. I so glad I did , I also love a complex plot which takes the readers on the journey from Boston, London, Ireland Dublin, and back to states with the investigators putting toget...

    This book is part of the Sharpe and Donovan series. The author explains the back story and relationships between characters in the book but I still had a hard time keeping them straight. It might be because I haven?t read all the previous books in the series. Readers who have kept up...

    A page turner because the story is difficult to bring together all the pieces. Parts of the story are in the US and parts are in Europe. The main characters Emma and Colin are in the US but Emma's grandfather is in Europe and gets involved with part of the case when a woman who called ...

    3.7 I cannot believe this is my first [Author: Carla Neggers] novel. I do like Emma Sharpe & Colin Donovan and will read another. Although this is my first read in this series, it does have recurring characters, but not confusing and actually makes me want to go back and read some ...

    I really appreciated this series installment. Rather than introducing new characters she flushed out some existing characters. ...

    Another installment in the Sharpe/Donovan series, set between coastal Maine and Ireland. A quick, fun mystery. ...