The Grandfather Clock

Written by Jonathan Kile
Category: · Mystery & Suspense

Transporting a family heirloom across the country seemed like an easy task for disillusioned Michael Chance. But before he can cross the Mississippi, the secrets of his family’s grandfather clock and a mysterious French woman put him on an uncertain path. The life Michael knew is about to be left behind as he searches for answers amid a dangerous conspiracy that will lead him from the museums of Paris to Nazi havens in Argentina.

The Grandfather Clock is a globe spanning thriller with rich characters, history, action, romance and mystery.

“This novel has all the ingredients for one great read: romance, a bit of comedy at times, excitement, suspense and a very satisfying conclusion.”

“The book is an adventure with vivid locations and interesting plot twists that keep you wanting to read into the night.”

“A fast paced, globe-trotting adventure that I couldn’t put down, the author does a great job drawing you in to each locale with amazing detail and great character development. I recommend it and will keep my eye on more from this author.”

“I picked up this book to read on a beach vacation and it was perfect. The author’s easy storytelling and dialogue take you effortlessly from one end of the world to the other all while making you feel as if you are truly experiencing these fantastic places. Great plot twists and character development – can’t wait to see what Michael is up to next! “

“What an amazing first book for this new author. Although the saying is cliche, I really didn’t want to put it down… I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a great read, and I can’t wait for the next in the series.”

“Smartly written and full of unexpected twists and turns! The perfect escape for a rainy weekend! Can’t wait for more adventures with Michael Chance!”

“…a well-written adventure story that is not only entertaining but also reminds us of the value of time and need to be open to everything life has to offer.”

Look for the sequel, “The Napoleon Bloom,” in Spring of 2016.



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