“If you’re looking for a madcap caper, Ashes to Ashes, Diamonds to Dust is your jam!”

“A complete 180 from Pamela Allegretto’s first book. Both effortlessly whisk her reader to Italy and communicate what we’ll see, where we’ll walk, what we’ll eat, and how the locals sound as she spins out the story of her caper — in this case a diamond caper that may turn out to be Carla’s best friend Sarah’s funerary ashes that she snatches off the church altar and hurries to disperse them in Venice according to Sarah’s explicit wishes.

While Allegretto’s book Bridge of Sighs, Bridge of Dreams pressed on her readers heart with a bitter sweet power that kept us suspended in longing for a place / people wiped away by war — consider Ashes to Ashes, Diamonds to Dust as a palate cleanser!

For fans of the movie Clue or that madcap Mordacai (Johnny Depp, Gwenneth Paltrow, Ewan MacGregor) Carla encounters outrageous characters, danger at every turn (although in Venice it’s hard to tell), liars who are totally believable and even after being followed and drugged and burgled and the desirable Dario out of reach, she perseveres.

Bad boys, bad aunts, bad breath, hair styles that form question marks without dots, mustaches that boogie down, hit men, hit and run men, galleries, art, and jewels! Don’t forget the diamonds!”

“If you’re looking for a madcap caper, Ashes to Ashes, Diamonds to Dust is your jam!”

Thank you so much author Anna Erikssön Bendewald for writing such a lovely review. Approval from an author that I highly admire is especially rewarding.

ASHES TO ASHES, DIAMONDS TO DUST is available in ebook and paperback at: Amazon worldwide, https://www.amazon.com/Ashes-Diamonds-Dust-Pamela-Allegretto/dp/1647181828 


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3 Responses to “MADCAP CAPER”

  1. Congratulations – sounds like a fabulous read.

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