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Publisher's Summary

After eight years in the American Furniture department at Christie's, 29-year-old Carolyn Everett is a rising star. But one wrong decision and a scandal leaves her unemployed and broken. Desperate to piece her life back together, Carolyn leaves New York City to work in a tiny antique store in Newport, Rhode Island. At a small county auction, she discovers a piece of Middle Eastern pottery, which she purchases for 20 dollars on a hunch. Curiosity sends her on a mission to find its original owner, and she eventually winds up in the town's United States Navy Base - and in a relationship with notorious womanizer Marine Sergeant Tyler Ford, who claims the relic came to him as a gift from his translator during the early days of the Iraq War. Tyler and Carolyn become obsessed with the mysterious relic - and each other - until the origin of the art comes under intense scrutiny and reveals a darker side of Tyler's past. Carolyn still feels like there's more to the story, but can she risk attaching herself to another scandal - and does she truly know the man she's fallen in love with?
©2014 Karin Tanabe (P)2014 Tantor
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Critic Reviews

"Lushly detailed and ambitious in scope, The Price of Inheritance is rich in romance, war stories, and betrayals. A priceless read by a writer of immense talent." (Amber Dermont, New York Times best-selling author of The Starboard Sea)
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4 out of 5 stars
By RueRue on 12-21-14

Entertaining

Entertaining light listening. I liked the setting in the world of high-end auction houses and the ultra-rich milieu of Newport. The romantic angle was a bit weak, though

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