Thursday, October 6, 2016

Book Review: Karolina's Twins by Ronald H. Balson

WHY has no one told me about Ronald H. Balson?  Karolina's Twins is the third book in a series about a husband and wife team of lawyers and investigators. Yes, this is the third book, but you do not have to read the previous titles for this one to make sense. Liam and Catherine are very interesting characters so I am adding the previous titles to my TBR list.
A Holocaust survivor named Lena obtains Catherine to help her search for her friend's twins who were lost during the war. Catherine becomes a champion for Lena, willing to do anything to protect her and her story. Lena's story is remarkable and very well told. Liam takes up the investigation part of the case searching everywhere for the twins.
The story moves between a historical setting, Lena's backstory, and the modern story of the investigation. I enjoyed both storylines and settings and enjoyed all the main characters. I am looking forward to more by this author!

*Thank you to NetGalley and the Publisher for providing me an uncorrected e-copy in exchange for an honest review*

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