What was it that forced Hubie to accept a strange proposition? The opportunity to make the easiest 2.5K dollars? A chance to take a look at Anasazi pots? Or maybe it was just the right (or wrong) mood? A mysterious collector needed his professional appraisal, but the offer came with one condition: Hubie was to be blindfolded and taken to an unknown place where he could examine the goods.
Yes, it did sound shady and all, but the man could never say "No" to an exciting adventure with a handsome fee at the end. However, when he found as much as 3 replicas in the collection, his carefree attitude changed 180 degrees. Furthermore, after he got back home, he couldn't find the 2.5K that he just earned.
Infuriated, he decided to get his money back - one way or the other - but was stopped by Fletcher, a detective, who took him to the morgue to identify a dead man. Hubie recognized the collector that offered him the strange deal and started to realize that he got himself in quite a mess that he might not find a way out from. Now, he's not a suspect in the case, but it's just a matter of time before the cops get on his tail.
So, what's he supposed to do? Sit still and hope for the best, or start his own investigation and try to get to the bottom of it? The Pot Thief Who Studied Einstein is a smart, witty, engaging and super funny mystery/suspense thriller that you'll fall in love with from the very first pages. The plot is both gripping and twisty, and the narrative keeps you on the edge while spicing things up with a great sense of humor. If you're a fan of fun, laid-back and rewarding stories, grab a copy.