By the time Carol Golden is asked to help an old friend of her in-laws who lives on the beach in Southern California, it appears that the damage has already been done in the form of a scam that has separated retired business professor Peter Griffenham from a sizeable chunk of money. All Carol can hope to do is help to find the culprits and, hopefully, get some of the money back. She is also saddled with a bouncing one-year-old boy who inhibits he...
Details Fool Me Twice (Carol Golden, #6)
|Title||Fool Me Twice (Carol Golden, #6)|
|Release Date||Mar 2nd, 2017|
Reviews Fool Me Twice (Carol Golden, #6)
- The sixth Carol Golden book is different than the others because Carol doesn't even come on stage for the first six chapters. By that time Peter Griffenham has already lost a lot of money. Things don't get much better when Carol, who has experience with scams, tries to help, since Peter is reluctant to take her advice. I think the book is realistic in portraying why scammers are so successful. People are just too darn trusting. I recommend this b...
- The latest book, #6 in the Carol Golden series and once again Alan Cook has put a new spin into the story. Carol, the girl of many names and few memories, is now the wife of Rigo who saved her life in the first book, and the mother of Stevie, an adventurous and bold one-year-old. One might say that he is determined enough to maybe someday follow in his mother's footsteps.This time around, Carol finds herself completely befuddled in how to deal wi...