Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red

Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red

by Jacqueline T. Lynch
Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red

Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red

by Jacqueline T. Lynch



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A museum heist, a missing child, a murder, a recent ex-con and an even more recent widow. How many times do we have to pay for our mistakes before life sends us a reprieve?

Juliet Van Allen, museum administrator, discovers that her artist husband is having an affair with another woman. Elmer Vartanian, recently released from prison for a museum robbery, is coerced into helping scout her museum for a heist by a gang that has kidnapped his daughter. Juliet's husband is murdered. Did she kill him? She needs an alibi – so does the ex-con.

Cadmium Yellow, Blood Red is the first book in the Double V Mysteries series set in New England in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

If you like the romance and charm of a classic film, this "cozy noir" will remind you of an era when dramatic stories were elegant, subtle, and even a grim dark alley might lead to the glamour of evening dress and a champagne cocktail.

Enter a world where Modern Art meets old-fashioned murder and take a back seat in Juliet's sleek 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan for a fast ride to outrun danger – now.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158727047
Publisher: Jacqueline T Lynch
Publication date: 01/10/2011
Series: Double V Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 195,706
File size: 908 KB

About the Author

Jacqueline T. Lynch’s novels, short stories, and non-fiction books on New England history and film criticism are available from many online shops as eBooks, audiobook, and paperback. She is also a playwright whose plays have been produced around the United States and in Europe, and has published articles and short fiction in the U.S. in regional and national publications. She writes Another Old Movie Blog on classic films, and the syndicated newspaper column Silver Screen, Golden Memories. She was recently featured in the Power of Women book published by the Springfield Republican. Website:
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