- File Size: 1841 KB
- Print Length: 164 pages
- Publication Date: October 11, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075YB86ZC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,398 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Murder in the Art Gallery: A Pet Portraits Cozy Mystery (Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Sande Scott has done it again by giving us an easy to read little mystery. A mystery you can read while during those dead little moments. You can even lay it down and pick it up later and not miss anything.
The author does this by giving us sixty some year old sisters Georgie and Aleta to carry the plot forward. Georgie is the adventurous one of the pair and has not found a mystery she can walk away from. It might be because her ex-husband is a cop.
On the other hand Aleta is the cautious one who Georgie drags into all her adventures. Then the author gives us a dead body and only a couple of other characters. Thus the reader is not confused with a large list of characters to keep track of.
I not only enjoyed this little mystery but also the interplay between the sisters. Thus I am giving this book a Four Star review and would recommend that you should have this nook with you to fill in those blank periods.
Got to go. They are now boarding flight 227.
A pair of twin sisters just entering their youthful prime, (sixty-six) and living life to it's fullest are excited and energized by Georgie Kaye's first art showing. Well, to be precise, the offer has been made by a co-owner of the Wyland Art Gallery.
Georgie and Aletha go to a showing to see the gallery and firm up Georgie's show of Pet Portraits, and find quite a showing. Drunken arguments etc. pepper their experience. With the champagne flowing so easily, the ladies decide to wait until the morrow to conduct their business.
However, fate intervenes, and Georgie finds one of the partners dead. And, the sleuthing if on.
This book has humor and adventure and keeps your attention until the last sentence is written. Good reading!
The sisters are two improbable "intrepid" sleuths, not above being devious, very human -- but not quite of the mainstream -- happy eccentrics. This is a novel with a fresh approach to crime solving. This is an original, enjoyable, easy read.
Shades of memory from way, way back in the past that the sisters vaguely bear resemlance to (?). Reviewed by the author of The Children's Story, About Good and Evil.