An Affinity For Murder

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Two dead art experts and a secret cache of paintings which may have been the work of Lake George's most famous summer resident, Georgia O'Keeffe, set writer Ellen Davies on a collision course with danger. Ellen thinks she's stumbled on a multi-million dollar find which will send her career in journalism soaring. But, as with other recently discovered O'Keeffe paintings, nothing is one hundred percent certain...and Ellen may not live long enough to uncover the truth.
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Two dead art experts and a secret cache of paintings which may have been the work of Lake George's most famous summer resident, Georgia O'Keeffe, set writer Ellen Davies on a collision course with danger. Ellen thinks she's stumbled on a multi-million dollar find which will send her career in journalism soaring. But, as with other recently discovered O'Keeffe paintings, nothing is one hundred percent certain...and Ellen may not live long enough to uncover the truth.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781892343161
  • Publisher: Oak Tree Press
  • Publication date: 4/1/2001
  • Pages: 200
  • Sales rank: 815,196
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.46 (d)

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After Anne White's first Lake George Mystery, An Affinity For Murder, was awarded a Malice Domestic Unpublished Writers' Grant in 1999 and a Malice Domestic Best First Mystery nomination in 2002, she continued the series with Beneath The Surface (2005), Best Laid Plans (2006), Secrets Dark and Deep (2007), and Cold Winter Nights (December 2009). White's protagonist, Loren Graham, a former New Yorker, now mayor of the sleepy lakeside town of Emerald Point, can't seem to help getting involved in sheriff's department business, especially when murder is involved. Anne White is a member of MWA and Sisters in Crime, the National, New York and New England chapters, and the New York State Retired Teachers Association. Check her out at www.annewhitemysteries.com
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