Moving Target



Moving Target When You Read This, I Ll Be Dead These Are The Troubling Words Serena Charters S Grandmother Has Written On A Note Accompanying Four Pages Of A Centuries Old Illuminated Manuscript Delivered After The Old Woman S Passing That The Strange Inheritance Has Considerable Worth Seems Obvious But What Serena Doesn T Realize Is How Many Secrets It Hidesand How Many Lives It Has Already Cost.Seeking Answers, She Turns For Professional Help To Rarities Unlimited, And Specifically To Erik North, A Reclusive Manuscript Appraiser With A Passion For The Past, Its People, And Its Treasures But Erik S Careful Examination Of The Vellum Pages And The Agonized Jottings Of A Medieval Scribe Is Raising Perplexing Questions About The True Importance Of Serena S Legacy, The Possible Location Of The Remainder Of The Lost Manuscriptand The Senseless Murder Of An Eccentric Old Woman In The Blistering Heat Of California S Mojave Desert.A Spellbinder That Bristles With Almost Unbearable Intensity, Elizabeth Lowell S Moving Target Is A Masterful Tale Of Intrigue, Secrets, Danger, And Murder A Breathtaking Work That Brings One Of America S Favorite Storytellers To An Electrifying New Level.

10 thoughts on “Moving Target

  1. says:

    Author Elizabeth LowellFirst published 2001Length 8129 kindle locations, 583 pagesSetting Contemporary, Mostly around Palm Springs.Sex Reasonably frequent and explicit.Hero Manuscript specialist.Heroine Weaver.Paranormal Hero and Heroine both have a tie to the past past lives that overlay current.Links to Lowell s Donovan series characters appear.Includes excerpt from Dangerous RefugeAuthor s Note Personal story related to Book of the Learned.Lessons on manuscripts, including the Author Elizabeth LowellFirst published 2001Length 8129 kindle locations, 583 pagesSetting Contemporary, Mostly around Palm Springs.Sex Reasonably frequent and explicit.Hero Manuscript specialist.Heroine Weaver.Paranormal Hero and Heroine both have a tie to the past past lives that overlay current.Links to Lowell s Donovan series characters appear.Includes excerpt from Dangerous RefugeAuthor s Note Personal story related to Book of the Learned.Lessons on manuscripts, including the development and forgery.The paranormal fo...

  2. says:

    The story was intriguing till the end but something was missing in the book to make it an amazing read I m still going to read the next book in the series but not as enthusiastic as I would be..

  3. says:

    Moving Target, the first of her Rarities Unlimited series, is perhaps my favorite of all of Elizabeth Lowell s books Not because she does anything hugely different in this book that she does from the rest of them, mind you butbecause she happens in this one to mix all of her plot and character ingredients into the exact right recipe to suit my personal tastes.Serena Charters inherits an ancient manuscript when her grandmother is murdered Like you do in these sorts of plots, soon discove Moving Target, the first of her Rarities Unlimited series, is perhaps my favorite of all of Elizabeth Lowell s books Not because she does anything hugely different in this book that she does from the rest of them, mind you butbecause she happens in this one to mix all of her plot and character ingredients into the exact right recipe to suit my personal tastes.Serena Charters inherits an ancient manuscript when her grandmother is murdered Like you do in these sorts of plots, soon discovers that she s the latest in a long descent of women, all of whom have the name Serena, charged to guard this manuscript and keep it safe and secret And when there s an ongoing plot to keep something secret, there are naturally those who are out to get their hands on it...

  4. says:

    With this being the first book of the series, I absolutely loved it She did a remarkable job with creating the characters of Serena and Eric that I was flipping the pages faster and faster.I love stories about ancient relics and I was introduced to Illuminated Manuscripts for the first time That in itself was intriguing But the storyline is even better with a dynamic ending I only wished that I had read the author s note at the back of the book FIRST because I think I would ve enjoyed the With this being the first book of the series, I absolutely loved it She did a remarkable job with creating the characters of Serena and Eric that I was flipping the pages faster and faster.I love stories about ancient relics and I was introduced to Illuminated Manuscripts for the first time That in itself was intriguing But the storyline is even better with a dynamic ending I only wished that I had read the author s note at the back of the book FIRST because I think I would ve enjoyed the bookIt was a short description of an incredible experience that Elizabeth and her husband had when they traveled abroad about having to be at the right place at the right time and stumbling upon your ancestors and so muchAlmost the exact same scenario happened to my husband and myself although it happened on American soil I kind of just shuddered when I read of her real life experience almost mimicking ours and one that changes your life forever.I haven t had...

  5. says:

    Elizabeth Lowell is a fascinating author to me I love how she does her research and educates me as she writes, but I ve never seen ainconsistent author Her contemporary romances with the arts antiquities themes are great like this one, Moving Target I loved the plot But her historical stuff Only series couldn t get me past the first 50 pages Sorry, thought the premise of Only Mine was moronic Didn t make it to the others She is quite the varied author Even how she develop Elizabeth Lowell is a fascinating author to me I love how she does her research and educates me as she writes, but I ve never seen ainconsistent author Her contemporary romances with the arts antiquiti...

  6. says:

    The idea was interesting, but the characters were not It could easily have been wrapped up in half the time The back of the book was muchinteresting than the book itself There wasn t enough to the mystery a...

  7. says:

    I was so disappointed that this was Erik s story, I had so hoped for a story set with the other Medieval books.

  8. says:

    Enjoyed the suspense.A extension of a previous series of books set in modern times with a good who dunit ending enjoyed the book.

  9. says:

    I loved this book Anyone who loves books will love the story wrapped around this one It was a facinating look back into history as it follows the creation and preservation of a unique manuscript.

  10. says:

    Despite the title and an exciting beginning, this story moves along rather slowly as the characters are set up, and we are instructed about medieval manuscripts and hand weaving, which I personally found interesting, but some might not This being the first of the Rarities Unlimited series, lots of people are introduced who will get their own books later, and Lowell inse...

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