So far, it only has six reviews on Amazon but they are ALL 5*s.
(If anyone out there has read but not yet reviewed Topaz Eyes, I'd really appreciate a few words about it. The more reviews the merrier!)
"This is a skilfully paced and plotted novel, in which the various story-lines only come together at the very end."
5.0 out of 5 stars Topaz Eyes 29 Oct 2013
Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified Purchase
When Keira Drummond, an Edinburgh-based translator, receives an invitation to a gallery opening in Heidelberg, she sees it as an opportunity to revisit a city she worked in and loved some years previously. The invitation, however, turns out to be a pretext for an unexpected gathering, at which a plan is hatched to re-unite some family jewels long-since dispersed, for an exhibition. The plan has been drawn up by Jensen Amsel, a wealthy collector, and also present are Zaan de Raad, an antique dealer, and Teun Zeger. The three men are distant cousins. Keira, though connected to the family, is not related to them by blood, and knows none of them. Fascinated by the prospects, she becomes deeply involved in a quest that takes her to Minnesota, New York, Vienna and back to Heidelberg. It soon becomes apparent, however, that others are on the trail of the jewels and, sensing that she is being followed, Keira does not know who she can and cannot trust. This is a skilfully paced and plotted novel, in which the various story-lines only come together at the very end.
Thank you for this lovely review, Dr. Mark Patton. It's very much welcomed.