Shooting Gallery (Art Lover's Mystery Series #2)

Shooting Gallery (Art Lover's Mystery Series #2)

Shooting Gallery (Art Lover's Mystery Series #2)

Shooting Gallery (Art Lover's Mystery Series #2)



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San Francisco’s art world is exhibiting murderous tendencies…
Geez, make a splash in the world of art forgery at the age of seventeen and people can’t stop bringing it up.  Lesson learned: genuine art is priceless, and forgery gets you arrested.  Now Annie puts her artistic talents to honest use as a faux finisher in San Francisco. But carving out a new reputation can be a creative challenge…
Modernism isn’t Annie’s thing, but even she is surprised to discover that the “sculpture” in a prestigious gallery’s grisly new exhibition is an all-too-real corpse—the artist’s.
Meanwhile, a Chagall painting is stolen from the Brock Museum, and Annie’s old friend Bryan is accused of being in on the fix. To track down the missing Chagall, she’ll need the dubious assistance of a certain sexy art thief.  And if Michael—or whatever his real name may be—isn’t distraction enough, Annie’s mother shows up in town, acting strangely. Annie’s got to solve these mysteries, and fast—because art is long, but life can be very, very short.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101043622
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/03/2006
Series: Art Lover's Mystery Series , #2
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: eBook
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 209,289
File size: 339 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Hailey Lind is a pseudonym for two sisters, one an artist and the other a historian. Julie Goodson-Lawes is a muralist and portrait painter who has run her own faux-finishing and design business in the San Francisco Bay area for more than a decade. Carolyn J. Lawes is associate professor of history at Old Dominion University on Norfolk, Virginia, where she specializes in nineteenth-century U.S. history, with a particular interest in women's history.
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