My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In late 1944, a train rumbled out of Konigsberg, Germany laden with gold, artifacts and priceless paintings in an attempt to escape the advancing Soviet army. It was never seen again. Seventy-two years later, Will Stattin, a former MP and the son of a famous archaeologist, gets a call for help from a prestigious art collector in Italy. For Will it's a job offer and a chance to escape his troubles, even if the job sounds strange and unbelievable: track down a series of nine paintings that reveal the location of the lost train and its legendary wealth. Shortly after he arrives, Will is caught up in a deadly game as five of the paintings are stolen. Now it is a race across Europe to find the lost train and the killers before they turn their sights on him. For Will Stattin, his dangerous adventure is just beginning…
The Lost Train is part of Seth Crossman’s series, A Will Stattin Thriller. Readers can be expected to go on a thrilling ride with this one. I could not put it down. It was full of action, suspense, and danger, with quite a bit of twists and turns that I did not see coming. Will Stattin is a strong and intriguing character.
I am giving The Lost Train five plus stars. I would love to find out what happens next from A Will Stattin Thriller series. I highly recommend this one.
I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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