A Fool and His Monet

[PDF] A Fool and His Monet | by ↠ Sandra Orchard - A Fool and His Monet, A Fool and His Monet Serena Jones has a passion for recovering lost and stolen art one that s surpassed only by her zeal to uncover the truth about the art thief who murdered her grandfather She s joined the FBI Art Crime
  • Title: A Fool and His Monet
  • Author: Sandra Orchard
  • ISBN: 9780800726713
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] A Fool and His Monet | by ↠ Sandra Orchard, A Fool and His Monet, Sandra Orchard, A Fool and His Monet Serena Jones has a passion for recovering lost and stolen art one that s surpassed only by her zeal to uncover the truth about the art thief who murdered her grandfather She s joined the FBI Art Crime Team with the secret hope that one of her cases will lead to his killer Now despite her mother s pleas to do something safer like get married Serena s learning how to gSerena Jo [PDF] A Fool and His Monet | by ↠ Sandra Orchard - A Fool and His Monet, A Fool and His Monet Serena Jones has a passion for recovering lost and stolen art one that s surpassed only by her zeal to uncover the truth about the art thief who murdered her grandfather She s joined the FBI Art Crime
  • [PDF] A Fool and His Monet | by ↠ Sandra Orchard
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A Fool and His Monet

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  1. Sandra leaps off the garden trails of her herbal researcher turned amateur sleuth Port Aster Secrets series, to the museum corridors of her plucky FBI art crime agent Serena Jones, in A Fool and His Monet When not plotting crimes, Sandra plays make believe with her grandchildren or hikes with her hubby along the escarpment, near their home in Niagara, Canada Her novels have garnered numerous awards, including the National Readers Choice Award, a Holt Medallion Award of Merit, an RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice Award, the Daphne DuMaurier Award of Excellence and five national Canadian Awards.Learn about Sandra s books and fun bonus features at sandraorchard

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  1. Wow Gobsmacked is a good word for what I m feeling right now I initially wasn t super interested in this book, but saw some of my GR friends reading it, and it was free on kindle, so I thought, why not And boy am I glad I did This is pretty high up there with my favorite mystery series For me, I find it especially hard to find clean, innocent, light hearted mysteries that suit my standard of cleanliness And this one totally did I even handed it off to my little sister with no hesitation There wa [...]

  2. This one had me from the titled then the cover was irresistible, too I m trying not to buy any books for a couple of months to catch up on my to be read stack, but I requested this from the library and they bought the ebook the very day it came out See how I get around my own rules TBR stack still huge So, naturally, I had to read it right away I actually got to the end of this with my phone propped up on a chair while I ran a bunch of copies at work it is hard to put down I ll definitely be re [...]

  3. That was pretty good Funny and exciting.I was annoyed by the love triangle every guy in the world being into Serena even though she claims to be some forgotten old maid, though SERIOUSLY Is there a guy in this book that is not attracted to Serena So tempted to rate it three stars just for that except it was super low key and romance was not the focus.Other than that, it was fun.My favorite character was probably Serena s grandmother She was just awesome I actually didn t find her that annoying a [...]

  4. This is an updated review Originally posted March 14th, 2016, it was updated on July 1st, 2017 to the Official Rating System About this book Serena Jones has a passion for recovering lost and stolen art one that s surpassed only by her zeal to uncover the truth about the art thief who murdered her grandfather She s joined the FBI Art Crime Team with the secret hope that one of her cases will lead to his killer Now, despite her mother s pleas to do something safer like get married Serena s learni [...]

  5. I was in the mood for something light and quippy, not too much angst, and boy did this book deliver I never would have thought I d call a suspense novel delightful but the main character Serena sure makes it that way She s the type that you d love to have for a best friend She s a perfect blend of intelligence and naivete Even though she s an FBI special agent, you see the details of how she works the case and doesn t always get things right or perfect which made it so much realistic It was fun [...]

  6. This is the kind of book I would only read if it was on a free Kindle promotion, which it was It was generally well written and entertaining, and I liked the realistic, informative aspects of the FBI story element I agree with previous reviewers that the infamous love triangle is unrealistic, contrived, and distracting nothing but a cheesy device to dress up the story, as evidenced by the fact that the book closes with an opportunity for readers to vote on whom Serena will marry A Fool and his M [...]

  7. It s been a long time since I read a contemporary book I usually stick with dead authors and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this.What I Liked Christian without being shoehorned in or preachy I guess people would probably characterize it as religious than Christian because other a brief references to pray or being grateful to God or going to Church, not a lot of Christianity But for me, Christianity in a book is a lot about what an author DOESN T write about and this authoress kept things [...]

  8. Wow Is this the same author I ve also read Deadly Devotion by Sandra Orchard and found that suspense novel to be just o.k Clearly, she has found her sweet spot in comedic mystery A Fool and His Monet was super cute.Main character Serena Jones is an FBI Agent that specializes in art crimes While solving the mystery was a strong part of the novel, the characters were even stronger Serena s mom just wants her to be safe and get married Serena s Aunt Martha is a hoot She involves herself how she can [...]

  9. I love mystery s, so I was really happy when I had the chance to get one my friends had raved about so much What I liked 1 Serena being an FBI agent made it super believable how she gets cases And the way this author showed her job made it seem real then how most people portray the FBI.2 The mystery was well done I only had a couple points that I had trouble following, but I caught on pretty quickly.3 Nate, he was very nice 4 The book was really clean There are some things mentioned in passing, [...]

  10. Campy and fun and chock full of mystery an incredible beginning to a new series And I just love this retro style cover Fits the book s ambiance to a T Serena has enough quirks to keep a reader smiling in the midst of an intense art theft investigation The perfect blend of action, suspense and the hint of romantic entanglementy, oh dear, there seem to be a number of eligible candidates Timed a few books should set us straight on that score And her family likes to stir things up a bit especially [...]

  11. A zippy, unique spin on the CBA mystery genre, Orchard uses her romantic suspense chops for lighter fare An intriguing premise sees Serena Jones tackle the art world with two or eligible men in her near periphery I hope Serena decides to go it alone and rise to the top of the FBI scene men will only hold a girl with her pluck back An engaging, quick read that will definitely whet the appetite of fans of White Collar

  12. Read in March 2016, Re reading in Sept 2016 my rating goes up to 4.5 stars, loved this the second time better actors mentioned are Richard Gere, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Vin Diesel Go Serena, what a great book Special Agent Serena Jones is on a case to find two stolen art paintings from her best friend s museum Should ve been simple and effortless, but it becomes much complicated than Serena anticipates and we end up with a great page turner with lots of humor mixed in Loved Aunt Martha and Har [...]

  13. From the very first chapter, Sandra Orchard immerses her readers into the action, and the atmosphere of suspense remains high throughout A Fool and His Monet So does the humor The first person POV allows readers not only to see the action solely from Serena s perspective but also to peek inside the wry hilarity of her thoughts The possible secrets surrounding both Great Aunt Martha Nate as well as the continuing arc of the cold case murder of Serena s grandfather add to the suspense and insure t [...]

  14. This was my first read by Sandra Orchard, and I can tell you right now that it will not be my last I loved this book I was totally hooked from page one It was such a fun ride, several moments had me on the edge of my seat, there was some sweet romance and I laughed my way through the book at the numerous funny scenes and lines I really liked the main character, Serena And I am not usually a fan of love triangles but I have to say that this one Or I should say the start of this one was just pure [...]

  15. I m in a minority here, but I couldn t get into the book The characters are quirky, which always makes for entertaining reading, but I was very easily distracted with this book I frequently found myself putting it down and not coming back to it.Still, I enjoyed the mystery part of the book I enjoy mysteries But I m not sure on the whole love triangle thing.When book 2 comes out, I might give it a try, but I might not too.I received this book for free from Revell Books for the purpose of reviewin [...]

  16. I read book three, and decided I absolutely had to read book one I enjoyed Sandra Orchard s writing for this book At times, it seemed a little shallow, but for just a light hearted read with a few laughs, this is exactly what I wanted.I love the FBI side And unlike some mystery books I ve read, this one wasn t dark Yes, there were murders, and they weren t made light of, but the mood of the book wasn t depressing at all.Reading this as a writer, I have to admire the character depth that Ms Orcha [...]

  17. Title A Fool and His Monet A Serena Jones Mystery 1 Author Sandra OrchardPages 336Year 2016Publisher RevellSerena Jones is an FBI Agent working in the art crimes area She has been an agent for about a year and still works closely with her mentor, Tanner Her best friend is in charge of security at the local art museum in St Louis and makes a startling discovery Two paintings have gone missing from inventory, but no one knows just when the paintings were stolen Serena takes on the case and begins [...]

  18. I loved this book The characters were quirky and loveable Aunt Martha s a riot and the plot and pacing progressed nicely for me I liked the first person POV but I am on the fence as to if I m teamTanner or teamNate Guess I ll have to read the next book to cement my feelings

  19. This is one of those books that you could TOTALLY see being made for Hallmark Movies Mysteries or a fun sitcom series.Our heroine was a delight to get to know Serious, about her work, fun but doesn t know it , and someone you d want to be friends with and follow around to see what will happen next in her crazy life She is surrounded by a delightful and quirky family, loyal friends, and too many male devotees to count There does seem to be two men in particular that both have their sites on the p [...]

  20. A delightful read I m not usually a fan of mysteries as the first person narrative coupled with the humour can be overdone and I find it annoying, but this particular book came highly recommended from a friend Thanks, Staci and as it was only 49p I decided to try it I m so glad I did, and now I have the next 2 on my wish list.I loved Aunt Martha what a great character she is.ough if she were my aunt I think she might drive me a bit crazy too Serena has a habit of relating people to film characte [...]

  21. Filled with fascinating details about museum security and FBI procedures, a true to life heroine who doesn t take herself too seriously, even though she has an extremely serious job, and a host of quirky secondary characters, this is a book that s hard to put down I thoroughly enjoyed the story and am delighted that the rest of the series is already available, because while the primary mystery is resolved in this book, there are ongoing story threads that need resolution.

  22. I wouldn t call it Christian, but it was very, very light and clean, which made me quite enjoy this story A lot of loose ends are left, which I assume are revisited later in the series The complex plot and interesting characters made this story quite enjoyable.

  23. Wowza Best suspense I ve read in a good while THAT LOVE TRIANGLE WOAH I m in love Full review coming soon.UPDATE Full review on my blog

  24. I generally don t read a lot of mysteries that aren t meant for kids, because I don t like violence at all This book had some violence, but it was kept to a minimum, or at least the details were, so that was nice This book made me roll my eyes quite a bit because of being cheesy, and there was some stuff I didn t appreciate, but for the most part, it was a nice, kinda laidback type mystery I enjoyed it and might read another book by the same author in the future, although I wouldn t count on it. [...]

  25. Serena Jones is the youngest member of the FBI Art Crime Unit She is on her first undercover assignment as the novel begins, and what could be a serious and seriously boring story is anything but Serena is smart, a bit sassy, claustrophobic, and a great choice for narrator She s a knowledgeable and capable agent, who is surprising bad at keeping the details of her life, and work, from her friends and family And that is part of what makes this mystery so much fun The central mystery begins when a [...]

  26. Special Agent Serena Jones is trying to calm her jittery nerves following a painting recovery when she receives a paniced call from her best friend Two valuable paintings are missing from the storage vault at the museum her friend works for Serena dives headfirst into the mystery Getting the paintings back to the museum turns out to be a tall order The trail is months cold, and Serena has big distractions like a stalker who might be trying to take her out and a slew of guys trying to impress her [...]

  27. Wow, wow, wow A FOOL AND HIS MONET is total proof that you shouldn t judge a book by it s cover I have never read any of Ms Orchard s books before and I m going into it with an Okay, this sound interesting, but can she deliver attitude And boy, oh boy can she deliver A FOOL AND HIS MONET started with action and didn t stop Even though I peeked at the end of the book to see who dun it, I absolutely had to keep reading to find out why, how the criminal was caught, etc There are some loose ends Ser [...]

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