The Dante Connection - Estelle Ryan

The Dante Connection

By Estelle Ryan

  • Release Date: 2013-02-26
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
The Dante Connection book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 334 Ratings)

The Dante Connection Estelle Ryan Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Art theft. Coded messages. A high-level threat.

Despite her initial disbelief, Doctor Genevieve Lenard discovers that she is the key that connects stolen works of art, ciphers and sinister threats.

Betrayed by the people who called themselves her friends, Genevieve throws herself into her insurance investigation job with autistic single-mindedness. When hacker Francine appears beaten and bloodied on her doorstep, begging for her help, Genevieve is forced to get past the hurt of her friends’ abandonment and team up with them to find the perpetrators.

Little does she know that it will take her on a journey through not one, but two twisted minds to discover the true target of their mysterious messages. It will take all her personal strength and knowledge as a nonverbal communications expert to overcome fears that could cost not only her life, but the lives of many others.

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User reviews about this book

  • The Dante Connection

    5
    By Susal55
    What a great read! So many great thoughts about this book are overloading my mind, so I’ll stay with What A Great Read!
  • The Gauguin Connection

    5
    By Not enough books
    Great read! Difficult to put down. Characters are well developed and believable. Unique perspective on autism and reactions of those who come in contact with the person with Autism. Wish real people would make the same effort to befriend those effected with it.
  • The Braque Connection: Heroine

    5
    By Coltsmere
    I love the main character and how thoughtfully, and compassionately, her autistic mannerisms are described in these books.
  • Great story line!

    5
    By TexasMan39
    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was moving and was definitely not dull! On some small level I could relate to the main character. The author definitely has captured her phobias. Probably not the correct term. But you read the book and write a review that will express it better. I am OCD when it comes to incorrect grammar and miss use of a word. So I was surprised to see a miss use of the word you when it clearly should have been your towards the end of the book. It was almost as if the reviewer(s) took,the attitude that no one would notice it. But it jumped out at me. Enjoy the story and see if you can find the error. I did say I am OCD!
  • Estelle Ryan, Thank You!

    5
    By QueenoftheKings
    The entire series, I could not put down! Thank you for putting your main character on The Spectrum!
  • The Dante Collection

    5
    By Sallyc57
    Love the mini history lesson in the arts with each book.
  • Good not great

    3
    By Elkhornkate
    I enjoyed the story, though it's not terribly well written. The main character is unique, although I never fully bought into everyone's adoration of her. It didn't make a ton of sense. I didn't mind the sloppiness some reviewers were unhappy about regarding the way the technology was handled. It didn't seem like there was any attempt to make it realistic. But I can see how it would bug a hacker.
  • I'm hooked!

    5
    By fembull
    In finally able to connect with a character in a book on a level that I understand and it means so much to me that I am able to that. I can't wait to start the third book in this series and continue reading them all in their entirety and probably starting over again. <3
  • Good pacing and Great Protagonist

    5
    By Jazzywoman2
    I love all of the unique characters and insight into functioning on the autism spectrum. Fast pace and well plotting
  • Meh

    2
    By Number 1bookworm!
    These books are all right I guess, if you don't mind the tedious manner each and every discussion is described in minute detail. The repetitive way the names of he eye muscle groups and Mozart are used gets annoying.

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