Sharon Burch Toner's Irish grandmother gave her a lifelong appreciation for a story well told. She pursued a career as a psychotherapist for nearly twenty years before she turned to writing as the only reasonable form of work. She lives in Arizona.
Maggie's Art: A Maggie Mcgill Mysteryby Sharon Burch Toner
When Florida psychotherapist, Maggie McGill, has a bad day at work does it mean burnout? How could she survive if she no longer could work as a therapist? Maggie picks up her paintbrush and finds that her art hobby provides balance that helps her continue her counseling career. Encouraged by her beloved daughter, Allie, Maggie attempts to market her art. But her budding art career is threatened by a cold, vicious murder, and Maggie and Allie find themselves embroiled in an adventure filled with danger and mystery.
Once again Hadi, the enigmatic Sufi mystic, appears to help them. Who is Hadi really? Why does he appear and disappear so mysteriously? Will they ever find an answer to this conundrum?
This fast paced mystery explores the delights of coastal Florida as the heroines romp through another delightful adventure. Back in their own hometown of Costa Mira, Maggie and Allie McGee exhibit wit, kindness, and courage while they struggle to solve this latest mystery.
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Maggie's Art is the second book of the Maggie McGill series. To fully appreciate this story. the reader nerds to first read Maggie's Image. This series is a great series to relax and have fun with. With Sharon Burch Toner's slight humor, even murder and other dangers can be entertaining! Although the tale is somewhat predictable, there is plenty of twists to keep the reader's attention. The Art Gallery curator, & friend, is in big trouble! How much should Maggie & Allie risk to help him out? What seems like an innocent act, turns into a real disaster. Sharon's characters are cleverly created and mostly endearing.The scenes are described in a way they are easily visualized. Although the Title is fitting, the Book Cover is boring but fitting but too simple to be eye-catching.. This is a great book to relax with and enjoy! It is "clean", slightly "cheeky" but worth the effort. *This book was sent to me in exchange for an honest review, of which I have given.