The Metropolitan Affair Book Review

woman in metropolitan museumI enjoyed following Dr. Lauren Westlake and Detective Joe Caravello through the twists and turns of The Metropolitan Affair, by Jocelyn Green, as they worked to solve a mystery where not everything is as it appears, and wishing doesn’t make it so.

Filled with intrigue, mystery, romance, and way too many characters for me to keep track of, The Metropolitan Affair takes the reader on a page turning ride through 1924 New York City.

When old friends, Lauren and Joe, team up to solve the mystery of who is passing off forged art work as authentic amid Prohibition, Egyptomania, fraud, corruption, forgery, deception, and murder, they discover what is real and what isn’t.

If you enjoy Christian historical fiction with enough details to learn interesting facts about that time period, The Metropolitan Affair may be the book for you.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Bethany House for a fair and honest review, which is exactly what I gave.

Have you read this book? If so, what was your impression of it? I wish you well.


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