About Me I am a retired librarian and I now support books and authors through my reviews.

I have always loved to read and I was able to share that love through my work as a public librarian for 22 1/2 years. I now promote literacy by reading, and then writing reviews. I love to support authors by sharing my reviews with others!

Friday, May 14, 2021

No Unturned Stone (The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone #2) by David James Warren

No Unturned Stone (The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone #2)

“The One Rule Is, Don’t Mess With The Past”

But he did, and now ex-detective Rembrandt Stone is reaping the devastation of ignoring those words when he traveled back in time to solve the one case that had haunted his dreams.

Yes, he solved the crime. Yes, he saved lives. But Rembrandt returns to find the unthinkable has happened and his life has shattered.

There’s only one answer: break the rule again. Go back in time once more, fix what went wrong, save what went right, and yeah, in his spare time solve another brutal crime.

But it’s not so easy to change time, especially when time turns you into a target. And of course there’s the strong possibility if he goes again, he’ll never get back.

Get ready for your mind to be blown in Book 2 of the time-travel suspense series, The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone.

The continuing adventures of Rembrandt Stone from the creative minds of James L. Rubart, Susan May Warren and newcomer David Curtis Warren, writing as DAVID JAMES WARREN.

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Buckle Up!

If you knew that, by changing the past, you could save lives, would you do it? "Of course", you say, but wait! Would this action mean that your present can no longer be the same? Heavy questions, and this is the hero's dilemma in this second installment of The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone. No Unturned Stone is another thrilling ride through time, with lots of twists and turns, and I found myself often going back to check what I'd just read. Detective Rembrandt Stone still has the special watch that allows him to time-travel, and his life is still in limbo. He's married, he's not...he has a daughter, or does he? So many questions, so many possibilities! What does it all mean?

Our mistakes, our tragedies, our suffering makes us better, stronger, more compassionate people. And those are lessons we learn by going through the pain, not around it.

The first book, Cast the Frist Stone, ended with a cliff-hanger, and No Unturned Stone is no different. Authors Susan May Warren, James Rubert, and David Curtis Warren have combined their writing talents under the pen name David James Warren, and they've outdone themselves once again! This time-travel mystery is both entertaining and thought-provoking, and I was engrossed from the very beginning, I'm anxiously waiting to see if Rembrandt Stone continues to keep this amazing watch in the next book, Sticks and Stone!

I received a copy of this book but there was no obligation for a positive review. These are my own thoughts.

My rating: 4 of 5 stars 


James L. Rubart
 is 28 years old, but lives trapped inside an older man’s body. He’s the best-selling, Christy Hall of Fame author of ten novels and loves to send readers on mind-bending journeys they’ll remember months after they finish one of his stories. He’s dad to the two most outstanding sons on the planet and lives with his amazing wife on a small lake in eastern Washington. More at http://jameslrubart.com/

With over 1.5 million books sold, critically acclaimed USA Today best selling novelist Susan May Warren is the Christy, RITA and Carol award-winning author of over seventy-five novels with Revell, Tyndale, Barbour, Steeple Hill and Summerside Press. Known for her compelling plots and unforgettable characters, Susan has written contemporary and historical romances, romantic-suspense, thrillers, rom-com and Christmas novellas.

David Curtis Warren
 is making his literary debut in these novels, and he’s never been more excited. He looks forward to creating more riveting stories with Susie and Jim, as well as on his own. He’s grateful for his co-writers, family, and faith, buoying him during the pandemic of 2020, and this writing and publishing process. 

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