Path of Treasures – Gail Meath

Five of five stars

Another new-to-me author, in a genre that isn’t really my norm; but it packed a mystery that was a little different than most.

Meath draws in the threads of many different stories – some seemingly unrelated – and weaves them into a story that is compelling, enthralling, and most of all unputdownable.

In the first pages we meet Wolfe, Cole, and a railroad baron who is bent on vengeance.  The book almost didn’t hold me at this point.  Until we meet Sam and Streeter, and Sara.  And we find out Wolfe and his colleague are not what we first thought.  The story takes on a life of its own and this is where Meath takes Path of Treasures on its own treasure hunt.

There’s much more to this narrative than what the hapless reader might first surmise.  A skillful blend of intrigue, deceit, hidden agendas, and greed that all combine to make this among my favourite reads of the Winter Games this year.  I’m sure you will too; I highly recommend it and will be searching out more by Meath myself.

Find your copy of treasure here:

[I was fortunate to receive a copy of this book from the author through the 2021 Winter Games Reader Challenge, with no obligation to review.  The opinions expressed herein are given freely and are entirely my own.]

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