This is book number five of six in the “True Lies of Rembrandt Stone” series. This is definitely a series that you will want to read in order otherwise you will be completely lost. When this book starts, Rembrandt is in the past trying to figure out how to undo all the things he previously changed. This book is so good. As soon as you have an idea of what might happen, the author throws you a curveball. The suspense and mystery of this plot is a twenty on a scale of one to ten. I highly recommend this book.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.