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Master jewel thief Kick Keswick gives up her life of crime when she settles down with Scotland Yard commander Thomas Curtis, but her complacency is shattered when another thief begins emulating her old techniques.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780312303815
Call Number: KELLOGG
Characteristics: ix, 307 p. ; 22 cm.
Subjects: Americans -- Europe -- Fiction.
Married women -- Fiction.
Jewel thieves -- Fiction.
Europe -- Fiction.


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Bonfire Jan 02, 2012

Incredibly entertaining! It was so nice to relax with a book that did not have foul language or 'spice'.

"Kick" is a retired, successful jewel thief. But someone is unsuccessfully impersonating her, using her former knickname and M.O., while stealing expensive jewellry. Kick must protect her new, quiet life with the man she loves, so she decides to stealthily steal from this new thief and get things back to normal.

There are twists and turns, and some laughs, as Kick takes on and then leaves off secret identities in the high class world of parties, expensive hotels and jewels. Who the new thief is, is a great surprise and how Kick handles this person is, too.


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