Found Art

Found Art

by Susan Page Davis


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Detective Harvey Larson and his wife, Jennifer, settle into their idyllic home life as newlyweds, but things take a terrifying turn when they dig too deeply into a case concerning a ring of art thieves. Harvey and Jennifer pose as art collectors and get more response than they expected. Meanwhile, Jennifer’s sister Abby comes to stay with them, and Harvey finds himself sorting out her suitors. Should he lift his ban on his young partner Eddie when it comes to dating his sisters-in-law? In the heat of the investigation, Harvey struggles with feelings of vengeance when Jennifer’s abusive ex-boyfriend crosses his radar. Just when he thinks he’s put it aside, he and Neil Daniels come face to face.

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ISBN-13: 9780997230888
Publisher: Tea Tin Press
Publication date: 06/02/2017
Series: Maine Justice , #3
Pages: 306
Sales rank: 541,245
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

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Found Art 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
GrandaddyA More than 1 year ago
Captain Harvey Larson is a man of action even if part of his job now consists of sitting behind a desk and managing the Priority Unit. His situation reminds me just a little of my situation a number of years ago when I was responsible for managing a department but spent a lot of my time continuing to do the same tasks I had been doing for several years. My boss told me that I was going to have to turn some of those details over to others if I ever expected to advance. I took it to heart. Harvey is not as sure he wants to advance as I was, particularly when it means letting go of some of the field work. His new bride is all right with either but I feel sure she is more comfortable when he is in the office. Besides the excitement and suspense of his job, I enjoyed the way he and Jennifer were involved with her siblings and their love interests. His friend Eddie from the department seems to be a permanent fixture around their house. One of the highlights of the story was when Harvey confessed and apologized to his chief and several of his men about an action he took that was dishonest. He did not hedge or beat around the bush but gave the simple facts and admitted how he had been wrong. For me, this was a lesson in humbling oneself to do the right thing regardless of how it might be perceived by others. You should read the story just to see the impact his confession had on others. I like the way the author weaves together the story with faith, love, suspense, and family. I received a copy of this book from the author. This is my honest review. All opinions are strictly my own.
CarolJo More than 1 year ago
Found Art is full of intrigue and romance! This is the third book in the Maine Justice series so the characters are like old friends! Newlywed detective Harvey and his wife, Jennifer, are great protagonists. Jennifer's siblings keep life busy as secondary characters. Danger and excitement abound when Harvey and Jennifer's house is broken into while they sleep. This is my favorite, so far, in the Maine Justice series. Each book may also be read as a stand alone title. I recommend Found Art to anyone who enjoys suspense. I won my copy of Found Art in a Renee Yancy blog giveaway. this is my honest opinion.
ConR More than 1 year ago
I love this series so much! It's fast-paced, detailed, and the characters are real. This one was very interesting with its' delving into the mechanics of the art world. I definitely would recommend this book to anyone, and the bonus is that it's a clean read yet it has plenty of spice!!!
DKStevens119 More than 1 year ago
This book focuses on Detective Harvey Larson and his bride, Jennifer, their friends and Jennifer's family. I really enjoyed how they all gather together at the Larson's home and enjoy being a family and good friends. I like the Faith element throughout. The culprit in the stolen art was a complete surprise and I enjoyed how Harvey and the Priority Unit figured it out. I was gifted a copy and my review is voluntary.