When time periods collide in the final installment of The Fine Art of Deception saga, it’s possible that you really can’t go home again…
The 1920s are an era of post-war enthusiasm, where hope for better times and economic growth thrive. It’s the peak of art and artists, jazz—and gangsters. I should have known that’s where Otto sent my father and grandfather. And I’m sure he’s behind a string of forgeries that started this whole devious plot. Now I have to find him without blowing my cover and altering the present.
Despite that, I’m falling in love with the ’20s; I just wish that Blake was with me. Running into him in his past life isn’t making it easy to “leave no trace.” To make it worse, Blake’s mother has gone missing, too. I’ve heard that she’s in Paris, but is Otto with her or still in New York?
To put an end to this, we have to catch Otto for good and get everyone home. But the problem is how to get back to the present. And do I even want to return?