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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Fabergé by Jo Fenton is the latest release in the Becky White series, sure to appeal to fans of adventure, mystery, and suspense thanks to its vivid descriptions, characters, and plot twists.
Both history buffs and those who are interested in art and jewelry have been drawn to the Fabergé eggs as a subject of fascination and attention. Between the years 1885 and 1917, Peter Carl Fabergé and his company created these trinkets, for the Russian Imperial family and other affluent clients, in the shape of an egg and decorated with jewels.
Fabergé eggs are the most exquisite and valuable decorative arts of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and are highly sought after by museums and collectors due to their beauty and history. Their rarity makes them one of the most valuable and prized examples of decorative arts.
Jo Fenton’s most recent book, Fabergé, looks into the mystery and greed that go along with people’s desire to own a Fabergé egg. This gripping and action-packed third installment in the Becky White Thriller series will keep readers on the edge of their seats from beginning to end.
A case involving the theft of a Fabergé egg worth millions of pounds is taken on by Manchester detective Becky White and her colleagues at the White Knight Detective Agency. As events quickly escalate, and they end up dealing with deceitful villains who will stop at nothing, even kidnapping or murder, to get what they want.
Could Becky solve the mystery before her enemies find her?
The third book in the Becky White thriller series is titled “Fabergé.” It can be read on its own, but it’s best read after “Revelation” and “Paparazzi.”
Jo Fenton grew up in Hertfordshire, and loved reading from the beginning, especially adventure books, school stories, and fantasy. When she was six years old, a wonderful book called Science Can Be Fun inspired her to pursue a career in science. She discovered Agatha Christie and Georgette Heyer when she was eleven, and her home office now contains a diverse and beloved book collection.
As an author of crime thrillers, her writing life is very different from her career in clinical research. When not working, she runs (slowly), hikes and loves to chat with friends. She lives in Manchester with her husband, her youngest son, a golden retriever/husky cross, and a tank of tropical fish. She participates in two writing groups and a reading group with enthusiasm and energy.
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