A Touch of Gold (A Missing Pieces Mystery, #2)

A Touch of Gold (A Missing Pieces Mystery, #2) Ebook A Touch Of Gold A Missing Pieces Mystery, 2 Author Joyce Lavene Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk Long Before He Became Curator Of The Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle Discovered Its Greatest Treasure A Wooden Chest Full Of Gold But A Thief With His Eye On The Gold Fires A Cannonball Into The Museum, Destroying The Building And Killing Max Injured In The Explosion, Dae Finds Her Abilities Have Been Amplified, Overwhelming Her With Intense Visions Every Time She Touches An Object Now If Ex FBI Agent And Burgeoning Beau Kevin Brickman Can Help Dae Decipher Her Visions, She Just Might Be Able To Stop The Modern Day Buccaneer From Killing Again.

  • 4.5
  • 981
  • English
  • 01 November 2018
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • 042524024X
  • A Touch of Gold (A Missing Pieces Mystery, #2)
  • Joyce Lavene

10 thoughts on “A Touch of Gold (A Missing Pieces Mystery, #2)

  1. Sarah says:

    Loved this book This cozy mystery series has become one of my favourites.

  2. Jonathan says:

    It s been quite awhile since I ve read the first book in the series, but I remembered bits and pieces of it This book picked up and carried on at a fast pace on it s own.The characters were great, like I said above I didn t remember much from the first book, so I wasn t sure what to expect from this book because as a general rule I don t care for books about psychic people, but this book was really good THe author did a great job of having a MC with a psychic power without having that overshad It s been quite awhile since I ve read the first book in the series, but I remembered bits and pieces of it This book picked up and carried on at a fast pace on it s own.The characters were great, like I said above I didn t remember much from the first book, so I...

  3. Betty says:

    Second in the Missing Pieces series Dae is near the museum when it explores She is thrown out to the street and lands in front of car As a result of this accident Dae paranormal powers are enhanced She tell can tell the history of an object by touching it as well as find lost items Dae is learning to control new power slowly Law enforcement agencies, news reporter s and h er friend all want to know about the explosion Before Dae finds answers a fire guts a house in the town of Duck Dae m Second in the Missing Pieces series Dae is near the museum when it explores She is thrown out to the street and lands in front of car As a result of this accident Dae paranormal powers are enhanced She tell can tell the history of an object by touching it as well as find lost items Dae is learning to control new power slowly Law enforcement agencies, news reporter s and h er friend all want to know about the explosion Before Dae finds...

  4. Amy says:

    Dae is leaving the museum when the building explodes killing the curator Max Caudle After being told she does not have a concussion Dae realizes her abilities have expanded She is now able to see the past history...

  5. Karen says:

    love this series The people and place are really brought to life You can picture Duck and the shops reading you think you have it figured out and it takes a quick turn in another direction.Would definately recommend reading this book but read the first one and meet the characters.

  6. Kathy says:

    Another great book Dae O Donnell is the mayor of her town I love reading about the town named Duck, and all the interesting characters that Joyce and Jim have created The gold that is the source of greed and murder makes for a fun story

  7. Ruth Ellen says:

    Dae is thrown clear when the museum is blown up It has taken the life of a dear friend and community historian Then it turns out he was murdered And Dae s gift has taken an unexpected turn and is stronger Find out how she copes and eventually finds the killer.

  8. Peggi Warner-lalonde says:

    A fun read in a new to me series.

  9. Cathy Cole says:

    First Line On a dark night in 1812, the schooner Patriot vanished with all hands onboard, never to be seen again Before he ever became the curator of the Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle had discovered the museum s greatest treasure a wooden chest filled with gold coins But it seems that someone wants that gold, and when a cannonball is fired into the building, Max is killed, Mayor Dae O Donnell is injured and the gold disappears.Before her ears have a chance to stop ringing, Dae finds First Line On a dark night in 1812, the schooner Patriot vanished with all hands onboard, never to be seen again Before he ever became the curator of the Duck Historical Museum, Max Caudle had discovered the museum s greatest treasure a wooden chest filled with gold coins But it seems that someone wants that gold, and when a cannonball is fired into the building, Max is killed, Mayor Dae O Donnell is injured and the gold disappears.Before her ears have a chance to stop ringing, Dae finds out that her ability to touch an obje...

  10. Tyrannosaurus regina says:

    I still enjoyed this book, but it just didn t do it for me the way the first book of the series did I think one of the things I appreciated was that the first didn t fall into a lot of the standard genre tropeswhich the second book did most particularly the worst of the female relationships and romance tropes Honestly, Trudy and Shayla are pretty terrible friends and between them and the Caudle girls, the series seems to have a bit of a problem with women.It also seemed like the balance w I still enjoyed this book, but it just didn t do it for me the way the first book of the series did I think one of the things I appreciated was that the first didn t fall into a lot of the standard genre tropeswhich the second book did most particularly the worst of the female relationships and romance tropes Honestly, Trudy and Shayla are pretty terrible friends and between them and the Caudle girls, the series seems to have a bit of a problem with women.It also seemed like the balance was off between the mystery itself and Dae s mental powers which I remember being so on point in the first book The second half was stronger than the first, resolving a few of the issues I had and demonstrating t...

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