Isabelle Webb: The Grecian Princess by N.C. Allen

March 6, 2013 · 2 comments

in Historical, Mystery/Suspense, Suspense

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The sun burns brightly over the ancient isle of Greece as former Pinkerton spy Isabelle Webb returns for her most rousing adventure yet. Legend has it that the location of a fantastic treasure is revealed only when three mystical jewels are united. In an effort to locate the elusive trove and the power it promises, shadowy organizations and greedy men have tirelessly pursued the three hidden stones for centuries.

Isabelle and her trusted companions including her dashing fiance, James Ashby are in possession of one of these legendary jewels, while nefarious treasure hunter Thaddeus Sparks retains another. The third stone, the Jewel of Hades, is rumored to be concealed on the rocky shores of Greece. As good and evil converge on this fiery island, the final battle for possession of the jewels and their anciently protected secret begins.

When events take a deadly turn, Isabelle must rely on her keen instincts and indomitable spirit as dastardly forces threaten to make her first Greek expedition her last.

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Title: Isabelle Webb: The Grecian Princess (Book 3)

Author: N.C. Allen

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: March 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083610

Size: 304 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical Suspense

Isabelle Webb Series: Legend of the Jewel (b00k 1), The Pharoah’s Daughter (b00k 2)


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Rachel July 10, 2013 at 10:20 am

This book was okay. It certainly wasn’t terrible, but it was a little too drawn out and inundated with specific details about Greece and it’s history as well as details about the physical surroundings of the characters. I still liked it, but I don’t plan on reading it again.

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Gayle Humpherys October 17, 2013 at 9:29 pm

This was a nice ending to the series, but I didn’t like this story quite as well as the first two. There seemed to be way too many coincidences and things just happening to fall into place. And the ending was almost tied up too nicely.

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