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Chameleon ➶ Chameleon Free ➬ Author Valerie Tate – Thomashillier.co.uk Deception, intrigue and murder come to town when a sinister art trafficking organization sets up shop in Dunbarton No one is who they appear to be Masks are being worn, roles are being played, and bot Deception, intrigue and murder come to town when a sinister art trafficking organization sets up shop in Dunbarton No one is who they appear to be Masks are being worn, roles are being played, and both Good and Evil are walking the streets The trouble is, no one is sure which is which On a sunny Saturday in July, a large RV pulls into the drive of Chris and Alicia Mallory s farm Inside are his sisters who are there as location scouts for a television show a least, that s what they ve told Chris But like many people in Dunbarton that summer, it s a mask they are wearing The reality involves art theft, forgery and trafficking on an international scale, a reality that soon proves deadly Before long, Chris and Alicia are on the trail of a master criminal, known only as The Chameleon, who is hiding in plain sight.


10 thoughts on “Chameleon

  1. Crystal Toller Crystal Toller says:

    Dunbarton MysteriesFound out about this book from group on Good reads The book could have been edited better because there were some letters missing from words and some typos The mystery was very interesting The real action happened in the second half of the book Enjoyed reading about the area even if it isn t real the author put enough details in the book to make it interesting and it kept my interest A fascinating read I would recommend this book and the series Want to readof this Dunbarton MysteriesFound out about this book from group on Good reads The book could have been edited better because there were some letters missing from words and some typos The mystery was very interesting The real action happened in the second half of the book Enjoyed reading about the area even if it isn t real the author put enough details in the book to make it interesting and it kept my interest A fascinating read I would recommend this book and the series Want to readof this series


  2. Philip Philip says:

    I took a break from reading Arthur Ellis nominees because I needed a slightly lighter and fluffier read and that s what you usually get from this fine series that I am likingandas it progresses However this book, while it was a good read and I enjoyed it, was a bit grittier than some of the earlier books in the series and, while I had a few laughs, it wasn t quite as humorous as I expected Chris and Alicia are just as solid characters as usual and again as usual Charlie supplied wh I took a break from reading Arthur Ellis nominees because I needed a slightly lighter and fluffier read and that s what you usually get from this fine series that I am likingandas it progresses However this book, while it was a good read and I enjoyed it, was a bit grittier than some of the earlier books in the series and, while I had a few laughs, it wasn t quite as humorous as I expected Chris and Alicia are just as solid characters as usual and again as usual Charlie supplied what humour there is with a couple of his usual escape episodes I think perhaps Melanie s bad luck with her boy friend choices is getting dragged out a bit too far and is starting to be somewhat annoying It was nice having Chris s sisters as top stars in the story but Alicia s parents were not really involved at all and I think that is perhaps a small part of what little problem I can find with this story James and Alice and Marmalade are the whole basis of this series with Marmalade providing most of the humour and for some reason in these later books the author has just seemed to forget about him and almost written him right out of the stories Now one thing I did find quite good was the proofreading was much better than in the previous books with very few typos or other errors except for one major flaw which cost this book at least 1 star Here is a quote from Chapter 1 And Chris and I are going to take you and Angie and Chris to see Blythe Spirit , the play that s on right now, one day before you go home where Angie and Chris should obviously read Angie and Richard There really can be no excuse for the appearance of wrong names like this Now there are a couple of other instances of what I consider to be incorrect names for things but as this is somewhat of a personal preference I didn t downrate the book for these However I think a book by a Canadian author and set in Canada should use Canadian terminology and not UK or US terms For instance in these quotes in Chapter 3 actual dog from the telly Too valuable If this story was set in northern Britain telly would be fine but I think in Canada and the US the term would be TV and in Chapter 6 She gladly accepted a ham sandwich, apple, and a can of diet soda If this were set in the north eastern US this would be OK but in Canada and the mid western US the term would be diet pop Now there is one other problem I have, and I did knock a star of for this, I can not accept a mystery novel ending with the perp, who I happened to identify quite early in the story, riding off unscathed into the sunset with some or all of the loot Just must never happen Anyway I already have acquired the next book in the series and will read it when I need a change from my Arthur Ellis reading project


  3. Wanda Wanda says:

    Chris and Alicia Mallory have a horse farm in the lakeside town of Dunbarton which is a small old town that is named after Alicia s family Chris sister Angie works for a TV show which features a dog as the star She arrives with Penny, her sister and Richard, her sister s boyfriend, under the guise of scouting locations for an episode of the show Alicia takes them around the town so that they can take pictures of the area for consideration by the show s producers While on their scouting trip Chris and Alicia Mallory have a horse farm in the lakeside town of Dunbarton which is a small old town that is named after Alicia s family Chris sister Angie works for a TV show which features a dog as the star She arrives with Penny, her sister and Richard, her sister s boyfriend, under the guise of scouting locations for an episode of the show Alicia takes them around the town so that they can take pictures of the area for consideration by the show s producers While on their scouting trip, Richard and Penny are involved in a hit and run accident This all leads to the development of the main reason Chris sisters have come to Dunbarton Penny has enlisted her sister Angie to help her spy on a suspected art thief After Richard is killed and Penny is hospitalized for injuries sustained in the hit and run it is clear they are on the right track I found the book to be a fun light read with a few surprises I liked the characters and thought they appeared genuine This book was the fifth installment of the Dunbarton series, but not having read the previous books I felt it was a good stand alone read I give it 4.5 stars


  4. Ellen White Ellen White says:

    Chris is delighted his two sisters are coming The idea is to look the town over as the one is a TV scout and use Charlie in place of the dog that is the star of the show This is what they told him, but the real truth was.he would find out, they knew Trying to find a man for Melanie is proving to be another disaster He was involved in stealing, rather he is around yet, they aren t sure, Good mystery and being with family.


  5. Nadishka Aloysius Nadishka Aloysius says:

    I was rather disappointed The other books in this series were better This plot was fairly predictable and didn t move very fast, either The only thing I liked was the lovely description of the small town and surrounding area in the first part of the book while they are scouting for locations to shoot the TV show It made me want to visit a lake side town in Canada


  6. Darlene Graves Darlene Graves says:

    Good mysteryWith all the twists and turns I keeps one thinking and changing one s mind Hope there s a follow up to this book


  7. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    CHAMELEONNow this book is right back up there.what a wonderful readand I knew he wasn t deadTHANK YOU for another wonderful read


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