Shelved Under Murder: A Blue Ridge Library Mystery
When librarian Amy Webber, her boyfriend Richard, and library assistant Sunny decide to head out to a farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains to pick up a painting from artist Rachel LeBlanc, which has been donated for charity, the last thing they expect to find is a body. The body isn’t just anyone either; it’s the artist herself. Rachel’s husband, Reese, is missing, and the police find a cache of forged paintings in the barn where Rachel’s body was found. Amy has her doubts about the young man the police are looking for in connection with the crime. And, although she is busy with the Taylorsford, Virginia, arts and crafts festival in town, she is only too happy to find time to help the police catch a killer. Or course, trying to find a killer may be more dangerous than she first suspects.
Cozy mystery lovers will appreciate Victoria Gilbert’s ability to create fun, memorable characters as well as a twisting tale of art deception focusing on both the past and present. Shelved Under Murder is a delight to read, and will no doubt leave fans wanting more stories from Taylorsford, Virginia.
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|Page Count||336 pages|
|Publisher||Crooked Lane Books|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|