In the fifth book in the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery series…
Prehistoric pots worth millions hidden on a high cliff in Wupatki National Monument hold vital clues to prehistoric agriculture and migrations—and to Santa Fe art dealer Charles Bloom’s own future. To ensure his family’s safety, Bloom must uncover the meaning of a pothunter’s plunder, expose an unethical international gallery owner, and solve a thousand-year-old mystery that centers on his Canyon Road art gallery.
Unbeknownst to Bloom, Juan de Oñate’s Santa Fe governorship four hundred years earlier has seemingly unstoppable life-and-death implications for his wife, the Navajo weaver Rachael Yellowhorse. For all to survive, Bloom and Lt. Billy Poh of the Santa Fe Police Department must come to grips with a historical quagmire and stop the cascade of atrocities from landing directly on Bloom’s front porch.
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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.