Former homicide detective Joe DeFranco poses as an art dealer to hide his covert mission to ferret out the source of bogus Pre-Colombian artifacts for the FBI Art Crime Division. Two weeks of luxury cruising from Key West to Lima, Peru - that's what Saint Morley University alumni were promised. Within days, two are dead and a crewman is found murdered in a lifeboat. Joe is charged with finding the killer before he can strike again. Thrown into the murky black market art world, Joe is forced to ask the question: What's more important? -Catching the bad guys or preserving a culture's heritage for posterity?
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About the Author
Author M. A. Moore's world travels serve as a launching pad for her cozy adult adventure novels: from jeep safaris in the African bush to rickshaw rides in India's teeming cities, unsinkable in the waters of the Dead Sea and chilly picnics near Tibet's most sacred lakes, exploring the desert sands surrounding Egypt's pyramids or dripping sweat in the jungles that bury Mayan temples, sharing dinner with the Brahman elite and sipping tea in a Bedouin woman's tent. The people, the wildlife, the conflicts- political and environmental- all are grist for her active imagination.