The Collector

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Nora Roberts is an exceptional writer, when it comes to writing the best fictional novels based on contemporary romance, suspense and mystery thrillers. The Collector is a romantic novel with some suspense to go with as well. Julia Whelan has done the narration of this novel, which is brilliant and highly appreciable in every way of performance.

When Lila Emerson, a professional house sitter witnesses a brutal murder from her house sitting job, her life takes a very dramatic turn. All of a sudden, the lad with no perpetual ties discovers herself with a wish for having one.

Ashton Archer, the artist knows that his brother is not capable of being part of any violence, either against himself or with others. Ashton Archer hires Lila, who is the only eyewitness of that murder/ suicide that happened. She was recruited by him to help in uncovering the truth behind that incident. Lila finally agrees to help Ashton Archer in finding out that who killed his brother and for what reason.

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Right from the Manhattan penthouses to the grand villas in Italy, the investigation draws both of them into an esoteric circle, where the priceless antique objects are bought, sold, stolen and sometimes even gambled away. It was the place that identifies you with what you possess.

You will never be short of options if you are planning to read or listening to the novels written by Nora Roberts. Such is the variety in her archives, which is promising enough to make the most of your time. The Liar and Whiskey Beach are the top novels that Nora Roberts has written and are worthy of all praise.

 

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