The Blue Baron Mystery – Review by Midwest Book Review

Posted at their Wisconsin Bookwatch is this review:The Blue Baron Mystery

An expert forensic scientist with an earned reputation for discretion among overt and covert traders in international artifacts, Dr. Paul D’Amean’s career and life are on the line in “The Blue Baron Mystery”, a truly compelling read by author Jerry Labriola who is a seasoned master of the genre. Hired by ‘Gens de Ferite’, an ancient French organization dedicated to tracking down the murderer of six people and to locate the stolen Blue Baron diamond, Paul finds himself traveling in perilous jeopardy following a serious of hazardous incidents that occurs as he finds himself in France, Holland, The Hauge, Belgium, Angola, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Buenos Aires and Gibraltar. A deftly crafted and riveting read from cover to cover, “The Blue Baron Mystery” is enthusiastically recommended for the personal reading lists of dedicated suspense thriller buffs and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library collections.



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