Paint by Numbers: A Charles Bloom Murder Mystery (1st in series)

Paint by Numbers: A Charles Bloom Murder Mystery (1st in series)

by Mark Sublette

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BN ID: 2940044699779
Publisher: Mark Sublette
Publication date: 07/03/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 405,819
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Mark Sublette is the founder of Medicine Man Gallery and a former Naval Physician. He is the author of numerous catalogs on Native American subjects and is an authority on the artwork of Maynard Dixon. Sublette is a regular contributor for "Western Art Collector" and "Canyon Road Arts." "Paint by Numbers" is the first book release in a series of Charles Bloom Murder Mysteries. The photographs featured in "Paint by Numbers" are his other love, which he shares on his website at www.marksublette.com. Sublette lives in Tucson, AZ and Santa Fe, NM.

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Paint by Numbers: A Charles Bloom Murder Mystery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Patrick-Salsbury More than 1 year ago
I originally purchased this book from Amazon, and I noticed it was on the Nook as well. This book kept me turning every page. I love his character development. He made you feel as if you could walk in their shoes. I also love the fact that he knows the southwest and Navajo culture, and he uses this knowledge, as it is wonderfully integrated in his characters, dialogue, scene descriptions, events, etc. If you love the southwest, Santa Fe, and Navajo culture, this is a must-read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this on the strength of reviewers' comparisons to the mysteries of Tony Hillerman and was disappointed. Sublette has written a complex, tightly plotted noir novel, much of it set on the East Coast. His details on the art world show a cynical familiarity with this milieu. A good noir mystery but don't mistake it for anything else.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago