An intricate story of deception, substitution,trickery and vengeance in a large museum. A collection of native artifacts is the focus of attention as curators, conservators, native people and museum visitors are presented with conflicting views.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Triple Take: A Museum Story based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I really enjoyed this book. It was a fast, engaging story with a lot of very humorous characters and moments. Being set in a museum and conservation lab worked really well as it allowed the plot to develop in pretty creative ways. Lots of twists and turns and a good take on the "crime novel". It also really captured Canadian bureaucracies (though they are the same around the world!) and the plot line about Native ownership of culture and identity was a good backdrop. I would recommend it - a good, enjoyable read!