Review: Charlotte Web Anderson – The Treasure of Pi

24990987Author: Charlotte Web Anderson
Reviewer: Rich
Publisher: Self Publish
Genre: MM Mystery Romance

Rating: ★★★★★ 

Summary: One hundred and twenty years ago in Boston, MA Charles Robison and William Westerly were robbed of their lives, betrayed by Charles’ brother Anthony. The only testament of their love that remains is a journal and a watch with the sign of Pi on its cover. One hundred and twenty years later the watch and the journal will bring two men together once more, will they be to overcome the curse that seems to follow the watch and journal and be free to love each other or will the hatred that destroyed Charles and William threaten their future as well?
Will the treasure of Pi destroy them or will infinite love win out? Will the mystery of Pi be solved in 2015 or will the evil and betrayal from 1895 find its way into the present? From 1895 to 1945 to 2015 the value of Pi holds true. A forbidden secret written down in a journal 120 years ago speaks of an infinite love. Will the mystery be solved before time runs out? Can the two lovers from the present trust each other? Or will lust and greed rip them apart

Review: One hundred and twenty years ago, Charles Robinson and William Westerly were betrayed and murdered by Charles’ brother. The surviving testament of their love is a journal and an elaborate pocket watch with the sign of “Pi’ on its cover. One hundred and twenty years later these will bring two different men together to solve the mystery and the murder.

Written as a story within a story, this book is extremely well written, plotted and presented. Seamlessly, the book moves from the past to the present as the life of each pair of men is explained. There is mystery, intrigue and enduring love. This is far removed from a typical romance.
The author’s depiction of the late Gilded Age comes alive, in both manners and morality. The part of the present day story is contrasted with that of the past. The character of the grandmother is a complete hoot. My grandmother never carried a Luger in her purse.

I highly recommend both the book and the author.

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  1. This sounds an interesting one – on the buy list!

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