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Murder at the Gallery sucked me in right from the start. There was no shortage of suspects and it had me guessing until close to the end.
What I loved the most about this book was that you could read the story from multiple character’s point of view. It gives you insight to what their thoughts are and some ended up with their own happy endings.
Since I love cooking and food, I thought it was a nice touch to add recipes of meals that were talked about during the story.
I look forward to more books by this author.
She wasn't positive--but thought she spotted it again in an art gallery in France. What will it take to prove which is the fake painting one way or another--quite a bit as it turns out. And then the art gallery owner is found dead-------who did it? A lot of viable suspects. Any one of them could have committed the murder and with good reason.
To find out who did it--and to see all the delicious recipes in this volume-----you know what to do!!
If you are already a fan of the series, you will probably be slightly disappointed by how small Balto's role is, and hope to see more of him again soon. But this story works well in so many other ways that I was happy to forgive that, since dogs, international travel, and art galleries are difficult to combine well in the lives of ordinary people like Jake and DeeDee.
The series does benefit by being read in order. But if you picked this book up by itself and have not read the earlier books, you can still enjoy this story by itself.