The Dante Connection

The Dante Connection Review

Art theft. Coded messages. A high-level threat.

Despite her initial disbelief, Doctor Genevieve Lenard discovers that she is the key that connects stolen works of art, ciphers and sinister threats.

Betrayed by the people who called themselves her friends, Genevieve throws herself into her insurance investigation job with autistic single-mindedness. When hacker Francine appears beaten and bloodied on her doorstep, begging for her help, Genevieve is forced to get past the hurt of her friends' abandonment and team up with them to find the perpetrators.

Little does she know that it will take her on a journey through not one, but two twisted minds to discover the true target of their mysterious messages. It will take all her personal strength and knowledge as a nonverbal communications expert to overcome fears that could cost not only her life, but the lives of many others.

Title:The Dante Connection
Edition Language:English

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  • Rohit Enghakat

    I didn't like this book at all. The start was interesting. However, as the pages turned over and time flew by, I started losing interest in the book and the plot. The book is about how the main charac...

  • Tulay

    Was hard to finish.Only thing kept me reading this story was paintings and Mozart. Googled the painting, and listened the Mozart on my Echo Show.Dr. Genevieve Lenard, with multiple PhDs or , misfit fr...

  • Tanya

    The reviews for this book are crazy. They're cracking me up. Who are all these people with their delicate ears that cannot handle the *gasp* "F" Word. Oh, you guys are too much. This is a book about a...

  • Steve

    Dr. Genevieve Lenard returns for a second installment. Doctor Lenard is a fascinating character, with multiple Ph.D.s and social challenges from being “non-neurotypical” as she calls her autistic ...

  • Tripleguess

    This was good, better than the first book. The conversations are all interesting and relevant, the scenes better fleshed out. The characters and their relationships and interactions with each other ar...

  • Liz

    This series is like a Dan Brown novel, with lots of symbolism and obscure clues. The main character, Genevieve, is a fascinating non-neurotypical individual. She reminds me of the Bones character, Dr....

  • Arnaud

    Oh boy, what a series!Okay, I'm hooked and it took only two novels in this (very?) long series! Great great characters, most excellent plot and I love where the dynamic between each characters is goin...

  • Stephanie

    This is an incredibly well written and well researched book. I did not read the first book of the series; Barnes and Noble had this one listed for $1.99 for Nook a few weeks ago so I grabbed it. After...

  • Penny Watson

    I see some very good similarities between this series and the Gamache series by Louise Penny.Excellent storytelling, lovely writing, and characters who are unique, well-developed, and jump off the pag...

  • Niki

    3.5/5 - couldn't wait to start reading the 2nd instalment after the first thriller - again the "team" is together, after a few akward moments at the start when genevieve lenard has her friends back in...