Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Book Review: An Illustrated Death by Judi Culbertson


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And now for a great new ebook for you today!
Perfect to adding to those new ebook readers going under the Christmas tree!





Synopsis:


It's not every day you get an inside peek at the world of a famous artist.

So when bookseller Delhi Laine gets the opportunity to appraise the late Nate Erikson's library, she jumps at the chance, despite the mysterious circumstances surrounding the illustrator's death. But as she spends more time with the eccentric Erikson clan at the family compound in the Hamptons, Delhi can't help but wonder what really happened to the lost patriarch.

When death visits the family once more and another Erikson is found murdered, dark secrets come to light. Left coping with a charmed family not quite as idyllic as she first believed, Delhi is determined to solve the murders once and for all. But digging up truths can get you dirty . . . and Delhi is about to discover just how far some will go to keep them buried.


Read an excerpt on the Harper Collins website!


Review:
This is the second book in the series, and I had not read the first book (A Novel Death), before reading this book, but the author gives you enough background in this story, that you don't need to have read it. This is an enjoyable read- how could you go wrong with a bookstore, a mystery and art? It is wonderful to have a main character who is believable, with the upheaval in her life and her dysfunctional family! The mystery will keep you guessing until the end- I only read the book in 2 sittings because I literally could not keep my eyes open, or I would have raced to finish it!

Check out this new series and you'll be hooked too! 


About the Author:

Judi Culbertson draws on her experience as a used-and-rare book dealer, social worker, and world traveler to create her bibliophile mysteries. No stranger to cemeteries, she has also coauthored five illustrated guides with her husband, Tom Randall, starting with Permanent Parisians. She lives in Port Jefferson, New York, with her family. Check out her website for more!


This book is available for only 99 cents TODAY on Amazon
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