- File Size: 2527 KB
- Print Length: 208 pages
- Publisher: Edmund+Octavia (January 27, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 27, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00B6X6RUW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,901 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The characters are solid and multi dimensional, even the smaller ones. No foul language. No vulgarity, no madness.
The plot is simple but very intriguing and well thought out. The author was in charge and knew her facts - the reason became obvious when I read her biography.
Future stories in this series promise to be equally enticing.
I took two art classes in college, and since one was an honors class, we visited a lot of museums around Massachusetts (not all would be considered art museums, but were, in their own way). I came to realize how incredibly hard it can be to run one. While Dulcie curates a small one, this book touches on how hard it can be.
This is not to say this book is dull or unexciting. To the contrary, very early into the story, you become very involved. The quotes at each chapter's beginning should not be ignored. They bring lushness and depth to the story. Perhaps want to see some the works of those quoted (I say as I peck out on my phone with a case depicting Starry Night).
The descriptions of Portland, Maine, do as well. They actually made me think of moving up there.
Believe me, up until the final chapter, you think you know Whodunit. The author may or may not have a few tricks up her sleeve until the very end.
Would I recommend this book? Very much so, especially to those who love a good murder mystery, and need to get away from the grittiness of big city murders. This is a beautiful book, especially for a murder mystery.