Jules is a young reporter who is famous for an article where she put herself as the bait in order to catch the culprit. It has made her over confident and fueled her ambition to an insane level. She worms her way into a decorated, famous investigative reporter’s office demanding a chance at a job. He admires her drive and decides to give her a secret assignment where she can prove her worth. It starts off as a simple request to find a painting stolen by the Nazis in WWII but the trail of where this painting has been and those who lay claim to it is complex. Jules and her rag tag bunch of colleagues will stop at nothing to get this painting back into its rightful hands.
Woman on Fire is full of intrigue and mystery, it reads like a Dan Brown novel. Lots of action and it kept me turning the pages because I was really invested in what was happening. The villain is one that you’ll love to hate. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Thanks to Harper Books for this gifted copy. All opinions above are my own.
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