Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour for Set in Stone by David James Warren, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
ABOUT THE BOOKThe continuing adventures of Rembrandt Stone from the creative minds of James L. Rubart, Susan May Warren, and newcomer David Curtis Warren, writing collectively as David James Warren.
Title: Set in Stone Series: The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone #4 Author: David James Warren Publisher: TriStone Media Release Date: August 10, 2021 Genre: Time Travel Detective Series
Rembrandt Stone is on the case of a serial killer. But when the killer finds him first, he puts the one person Rembrandt loves in his cross hairs. Now, Rembrandt must outwit time to save the people he loves.
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About Set in Stone
So, this is book #4 in The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone.
And Rembrandt’s path is getting twistier and twistier.
Somehow, he’s ended up back in a time frame actually WITH his wife. And he’s got a job he loves. But there is a lot he still doesn’t know. What year is it actually? How did he get this interim police chief job? When Burke calls to tell him that “she’s in labor,” he has to think and backtrack to figure out WHO’S about to have a baby.
There’s a lot that Rem is missing. Each time he moves to a different timeline, some things are the same, and some are very different. In this newest version, there are new places and new cops he’s never met; but they’re all on the same hunt: to find the Jackson serial killer.
He just doesn’t know what he’s risking this time.
Oh, and he’s missing the device that makes time travel possible in the first place: the watch!
My thoughts & impressions about Set in Stone
Rembrandt Stone is beginning to feel like an old friend. I’ve walked with him through four books, and more than four trips through time. I’ve met his friends and his relatives; I know his backstory. I’m familiar with his faults even as I understand the passions that drive them, and the underlying hope he has that this time, Rem can make things better, that he’ll make things right. I am hoping the same thing, although I’m starting to get a bit worried that Rem will be able to keep himself alive through book #6!
Set in Stone, like its predecessors, is a wild rollercoaster ride of emotion, pursuit, and Rem’s impulsive choices and actions. He PROMISES that he’ll be careful, but it’s almost impossible for him not to throw himself into situations that threaten his life. But this time his enemy seems to be cleverer, stronger, and faster.
I talk with my son often about how emotionally connected I can become to fictional characters, whether in film or literature. Well, the David James Warren writing trio has pulled me in and kept me captivated and truly invested in Rem’s, Eve’s, Burke’s, and Zeke’s lives. I WANT everything to be okay, for each person to be back where they belong. And I’m in for the long term with this series.
I just wish that I already had the last two books in my hands!
Disclaimer: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.