Death on Canvas
by Mary Ann Cherry
Murder mystery, Death on Canvas, finds painter Jessie O’Bourne working with Norwegian deputy Arvid Abrahmsen on a desperate search for a killer and two missing Thomas Moran masterpieces worth millions. The paintings connect the cold case murder of Jessie’s great aunt Kate with the present-day murder of a Native American grad student Jessie discovers in the O’Bourne family hayfield—a girl who whispers before she dies that her attacker was a cop.
The colorful writing in this award-winning novel offers the reader a glimpse into the mind of an artist and a view of the picturesque setting of rural Montana. Lovers of the mystery genre will enjoy the twists and turns in this who-done-it and laugh at the humorous interludes afforded by Arvid Abrahmsen and Jack Dempsey, Jessie’s disreputable orange tomcat (appropriately named for a 1920’s professional boxer).
With Jessie’s biological clock (A.K.A. Big Ben) ticking away, the romance reader will also find themselves evaluating acting Sheriff Russell Bonham and hunky FBI art theft agent, Grant Kennedy, as suitable mates for their favorite artist.
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Category: Mystery – Women Sleuths