Set in Stone

Author: David James Warren

Series: The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone $3

Publisher: TriStone Media

Release Date: August 10, 2021

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Another masterpiece by David James Warren! Set in Stone is another spectacular edition to this fantastic series that fans will not want to miss!

Detective Rembrandt Stone is dealing with the aftermath of playing with fate and time. Thirty-eight women are dead and more could be next by a serial killer let lose between time travels. After new evidence turns up pointing to Rembrandt himself, things get personal. But in this timeline, Rembrandt no longer has the watch that has been taking him back in time to rewrite the past to save the future, it was never given to him by his boss before he died. The killer now has Rembrandt and those he loves in his crosshairs which makes the stakes even higher for him to be able to get back to the past to save his future.

I have one big problem with The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone, its too good! This is a fun, engaging, exciting, suspenseful series that keeps getting better with each installment. The powerhouse trio of James Rubart, Susan May Warren and David Warren have crafted a fantastic series that is able to keep going back and forth between timelines and storylines that intertwine characters and backstory with mysteries that need solving in just the right way. The plot of each book is its own story but needs to be read in continuation with the previous. This is not the kind of series that each book can be read on its own without the others; to get the most out of the series readers will need to reach each book to follow the story correctly. A lot happens within the pages of these books, the story is complex but in the best way. Readers will fall more in love with Rembrandt and every other character throughout the pages of this newest edition. I recommend this book to readers that have enjoyed the others in the series and are looking forward to another great read that they won’t be able to put down.

I received a complimentary copy of this title from the publisher.  The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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