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When art conservator Alix London spots a forgery, she knows trouble will follow. So she’s understandably apprehensive when her connoisseur’s eye spots something off about a multimillion-dollar Jackson Pollock painting at Palm Springs’s Brethwaite Museum—her current employer.Alix is already under fire, the object of a vicious online smear campaign. Now the Brethwaite’s desp When art conservator Alix London spots a forgery, she knows trouble will follow. So she’s understandably apprehensive when her connoisseur’s eye spots something off about a multimillion-dollar Jackson Pollock painting at Palm Springs’s Brethwaite Museum—her current employer.Alix is already under fire, the object of a vicious online smear campaign. Now the Brethwaite’s despicable senior curator, obsessed with the “maximization of monetized eyeballs,” angrily refuses to decommission the celebrated Pollock piece. But it’s only when a hooded intruder attacks Alix in her hotel room that the real trouble begins. And when FBI Special Agent Ted Ellesworth—with whom Alix had inadvertently, but thoroughly, botched a budding relationship just a year prior—turns up to investigate the Pollock, Alix knows she’s about to have her hands full.In her third mystery, Alix London must see through mirages in the desert to uncover the knotted history of the painting—and save herself in the process.


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When art conservator Alix London spots a forgery, she knows trouble will follow. So she’s understandably apprehensive when her connoisseur’s eye spots something off about a multimillion-dollar Jackson Pollock painting at Palm Springs’s Brethwaite Museum—her current employer.Alix is already under fire, the object of a vicious online smear campaign. Now the Brethwaite’s desp When art conservator Alix London spots a forgery, she knows trouble will follow. So she’s understandably apprehensive when her connoisseur’s eye spots something off about a multimillion-dollar Jackson Pollock painting at Palm Springs’s Brethwaite Museum—her current employer.Alix is already under fire, the object of a vicious online smear campaign. Now the Brethwaite’s despicable senior curator, obsessed with the “maximization of monetized eyeballs,” angrily refuses to decommission the celebrated Pollock piece. But it’s only when a hooded intruder attacks Alix in her hotel room that the real trouble begins. And when FBI Special Agent Ted Ellesworth—with whom Alix had inadvertently, but thoroughly, botched a budding relationship just a year prior—turns up to investigate the Pollock, Alix knows she’s about to have her hands full.In her third mystery, Alix London must see through mirages in the desert to uncover the knotted history of the painting—and save herself in the process.

30 review for The Art Whisperer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer S. Alderson

    Great story about forgeries, art restoration, museums and murder. The pacing is excellent, the mystery is not overly-complex and believable. I also enjoyed the descriptions of the American Southwest.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Art fraud mixed with murder and the chance for Alix to reconnect with FBI handler Ted makes for a satisfying and action packed story. Alix is working with a collection that includes a Pollock, getting several works ready for a big auction meant to help fund the privately held gallery. Someone is blogging dirt about Alix; someone tries to kill Alix one evening in her nicely appointed suite; someone messes with her car with intent for her to crash in the mountains....and that is just for starters. Art fraud mixed with murder and the chance for Alix to reconnect with FBI handler Ted makes for a satisfying and action packed story. Alix is working with a collection that includes a Pollock, getting several works ready for a big auction meant to help fund the privately held gallery. Someone is blogging dirt about Alix; someone tries to kill Alix one evening in her nicely appointed suite; someone messes with her car with intent for her to crash in the mountains....and that is just for starters. She suspects from the start that the Pollock is not genuine, so that puts her on the kill list. How will she manage this time? It's a fun read that includes the usual characters in her life. Palm Springs is the city featured in this episode, and the author(s) include a good amount of tourist facts and sites all well described. Loan from Friend (Thank You!) Also available on Kindle Unlimited

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carol Evans

    The Art Whisperer is my second Alix London mystery, although I think it would work fine as a stand-alone. Recurring characters are introduced with enough background so you know who they are but not so much that it bogs down the story. Alix is doing some restoration work for a small museum in Palm Springs, but, of course, it can't be that simple. The Pollock is probably a fake, someone's trying to kill her, and the head curator at the museum is just a bit sleazy. First, a disclaimer - I like art m The Art Whisperer is my second Alix London mystery, although I think it would work fine as a stand-alone. Recurring characters are introduced with enough background so you know who they are but not so much that it bogs down the story. Alix is doing some restoration work for a small museum in Palm Springs, but, of course, it can't be that simple. The Pollock is probably a fake, someone's trying to kill her, and the head curator at the museum is just a bit sleazy. First, a disclaimer - I like art mysteries. The combo of art and the people who surround it, collectors, experts, forgers with murder, theft, mayhem tends to draw me in. Add a smart female amateur sleuth, very light bit of romance and I'm hooked. The mystery this time around comes down to who's blacklist is Alix on and why? Between the smear campaign and the threat to her life, she's obviously in somebody's line of fire, but who. We've got a nice list of suspects, folks who work at the museum mostly, each with their own quirks and possible motives. And of course, it's not surprise that I guessed wrong. The FBI Agent/love interest shows up near the end, but he doesn't save the day. Actually he doesn't do much for the plot itself, but I like him. Although I admit the scene at the end where they declare their feelings seemed a little cheesy and awkward. This is one of those mysteries where there's nothing really outstanding, but it's a fun read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kay

    Like another book in this series, Art Whisperer has a lively, intelligent heroine and a fascinating milieu (art restoration and forgery). Alas, it also has some elements of the romance genre, of which I am not a fan. The Palm Springs setting was a definite plus.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Rasmussen

    I listened to this book for the majority of it. I found that I wasn’t really sucked into the storyline as much as it felt like a comfortable reality to spend time in. I felt like it had a little more of a complicated resolution, which I liked, but I also wasn’t trying very hard to figure it out. Mostly I enjoyed getting to know the characters and relationships more.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Donna LaValley

    I like this series because of the author assumes the reader's intelligent interest in art, both classic and modern. There is always new information for me, in either specific works or artists, art history, authenticity testing, restoration, conservation, museums, funding for the art world, and much more. Alix's former-forger father (and also her adopted Uncle), makes an appearance, and their ongoing warm, newly repaired relationship continues to be interesting and charming. In this romp, Alix is I like this series because of the author assumes the reader's intelligent interest in art, both classic and modern. There is always new information for me, in either specific works or artists, art history, authenticity testing, restoration, conservation, museums, funding for the art world, and much more. Alix's former-forger father (and also her adopted Uncle), makes an appearance, and their ongoing warm, newly repaired relationship continues to be interesting and charming. In this romp, Alix is called in to help the Brethwaite Museum in Palm Springs, California. The staff there provides colorful characters, red herring opportunities, and eventually, a vile villain. She once again spots a fraud - her "spidey sense" speaks to her - hence her moniker of "Art Whisperer." There is some violence but not overmuch, and love interest FBI special agent Ted Ellesworth makes a welcome return. Again, Alix gets to show off her speed-driving ability in a drool-worthy car. Locales are nicely described and the whole thing is a very enjoyable book to read. I'm looking forward to new books in this series, of which, this is number 4.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Bryan Pentelow

    I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. Its an easy read with enough action and twists to keep the pages turning. The heroin, an art restorer, is a well formed character with sufficient back story to give her credibility without loading the reader with a cross between a CV and a life history. There is plenty af art information without making you reach for a history of art tome to check facts and it is all relevant to the plot. I had not come across the Alex London books before and having enjoyed th I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. Its an easy read with enough action and twists to keep the pages turning. The heroin, an art restorer, is a well formed character with sufficient back story to give her credibility without loading the reader with a cross between a CV and a life history. There is plenty af art information without making you reach for a history of art tome to check facts and it is all relevant to the plot. I had not come across the Alex London books before and having enjoyed this one have the added pleasure of more of the series to go. So I'm off now to Amazon to buy the next one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sherri

    The progression from figuring things out seemed kinda lacking. It was like the "aha!" moments were all...aha moments! like Alix was struck by divine inspiration for solving the mystery everytime. She also seemed to know everything and did nothing. She went to work, but did no actual work. I know she was a contractor and that working makes for a boring novel, but... I won't be reading the others in the series. The progression from figuring things out seemed kinda lacking. It was like the "aha!" moments were all...aha moments! like Alix was struck by divine inspiration for solving the mystery everytime. She also seemed to know everything and did nothing. She went to work, but did no actual work. I know she was a contractor and that working makes for a boring novel, but... I won't be reading the others in the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Imjussayin

    The Art Whisperer: Alix London 3 Chronological order recommended In A Nutshell:Alix is an art restorer with a connoisseur's eye. In other words, she can spot a forgery. And so while undertaking restoration work for a small museum in Palm Springs Alix finds that the museum's Pollock is a fake. And that signs Alix's death warrant. Someone's trying to kill her. An entertaining and pacy read. The Plot: Alix spots a fake Pollock painting, and now somebody is trying to silence her, forever. The Protagonis The Art Whisperer: Alix London 3 Chronological order recommended In A Nutshell:Alix is an art restorer with a connoisseur's eye. In other words, she can spot a forgery. And so while undertaking restoration work for a small museum in Palm Springs Alix finds that the museum's Pollock is a fake. And that signs Alix's death warrant. Someone's trying to kill her. An entertaining and pacy read. The Plot: Alix spots a fake Pollock painting, and now somebody is trying to silence her, forever. The Protagonist(s):Alix is a poor little rich girl. Her father was caught and convicted of forgery. And her life of luxury evaporated along with his imprisonment. Alix chose to drop out of Harvard but is trying to reinvent herself as an art consultant to wealthy patrons. Alix comes over as resentful and unforgiving, which is an unusual place for a protagonist. I like Alix, primarily because she is intelligent and knows how to drive. Unfortunately, her boring boyfriend FBI special agent Ted Ellesworth makes an extended and unwelcomed appearance. He is totally uninspiring. But my favourite character, Alix's rogue of a father appearance is all too fleet. And without him the supporting cast leans toward the dull. But the art aspect is what attracts me to the series. The authors either have a major in classic art, or they do a lot of research. however they have dropped the clanger on the baseball. And I am not Amercian! It's a cosy to wake up the brain cells. Connect with me on Twitter and FB See all my reviews Check out my blog on imjussayin Book Rating Sexual Content: U Language: U Violent: U Would I read the next one or reread ?: Yes My rating system (* = star) 0* Could not finish this book (waste of time) 1*Finished the book but didn't like it not fulfilled 2* Finished the book it was okay. 3* A good read worth your time. 4* An excellent read often with a novel concept or unusual plot. 5* A magnificent read. A prominent example of the genre.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    THE ART WHISPERER was an overall enjoyable installment of the Alix London series, although the formula of this series is starting to get a little repetitive. Alix London, kicking off a new restoration contract at a Palm Springs museum, sees a painting that doesn't "sit quite right with her" and thus, another forgery case begins. I enjoy Alix as a heroine because her personal life is messy and relatable, but as an "expert" she's becoming a bit too-good-to-believe. How she's able to figure things o THE ART WHISPERER was an overall enjoyable installment of the Alix London series, although the formula of this series is starting to get a little repetitive. Alix London, kicking off a new restoration contract at a Palm Springs museum, sees a painting that doesn't "sit quite right with her" and thus, another forgery case begins. I enjoy Alix as a heroine because her personal life is messy and relatable, but as an "expert" she's becoming a bit too-good-to-believe. How she's able to figure things out that art experts, police, the FBI, etc. have all missed takes away some of the enjoyment I get from this cozy series (nobody likes a know-it-all). The leaps and bounds she makes in her thinking are also a little hard to swallow, even though you know it's written to get the reader moving in the right direction. This book was also very predictable in its outcome, and the reveal was extremely underwhelming. The criminal is arrested and removed within five minutes and then Alix heads out to dinner...again, not the most believable scenario. The reason I'm so critical of these aspects is because Books 1 & 2 of this series were SO well-written and witty. I'm always disappointed when laziness enters the picture, but I will continue to read this series because the "hook" is so interesting.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jasmyn

    Alix London is making a reputation for herself as the "Art Whisperer," capable of telling if a painting is authentic or not by just looking at it. And her intuition is never wrong, it might just take her a little while to prove it. This reputation is getting her in trouble this time. She's being targeted online by a smear campaign, and it's strangely tied to her new job at a small museum. She's determined to save her reputation and find out who is behind the attacks. But she'll end up needing som Alix London is making a reputation for herself as the "Art Whisperer," capable of telling if a painting is authentic or not by just looking at it. And her intuition is never wrong, it might just take her a little while to prove it. This reputation is getting her in trouble this time. She's being targeted online by a smear campaign, and it's strangely tied to her new job at a small museum. She's determined to save her reputation and find out who is behind the attacks. But she'll end up needing some help on this one, and she's not sure exactly what her relationship with FBI Agen Ted Ellesworth is anymore. Which is another minefield that she will need to navigate. I really enjoy how the mysteries in the series build off each other. The characters are dynamic from book to book, and their growth and development adds to the storyline and enhances the mystery and sleuthing as we go on. I'm also learning a bit about art, and I love how the authors tie it all together is such great stories.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bruce

    This is the third book in the Alix London series (of 4 books - I wish the series was longer). There is a lot to like about this series and about this book specifically. I felt that this book was stronger than the previous two. The authors had done a LOT of research for this book. The first area was about the geographic location of the story: Palm Springs, California. The geography was detailed enough (and fascinating enough) that I now want to visit Palm Springs and explore (including going up the This is the third book in the Alix London series (of 4 books - I wish the series was longer). There is a lot to like about this series and about this book specifically. I felt that this book was stronger than the previous two. The authors had done a LOT of research for this book. The first area was about the geographic location of the story: Palm Springs, California. The geography was detailed enough (and fascinating enough) that I now want to visit Palm Springs and explore (including going up the tram to Mt. San Jacinto). I want to tour the old star's homes in Palm Springs. I want to visit that one block that is the heart of the heart of Palm Springs. The second area was about Pollack's paintings and his signatures specifically and about miniatures. The third area was about the brake lines on Subarus. I really enjoyed this story and am moving onto the fourth book in the series.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    I really like the premise of this short series - an art restorer with a "connoisseur's eye" for forgeries teaming up with the head of the FBI art squad. The backstories provided about various artists and their works were informative and highly interesting. But, consistent with my criticism of the previous installment in this series (A Cruise to Die For), this book lacked some basic last-minute reality/plot checks. For instance, in one scene the police detective is home watching Major League Baseb I really like the premise of this short series - an art restorer with a "connoisseur's eye" for forgeries teaming up with the head of the FBI art squad. The backstories provided about various artists and their works were informative and highly interesting. But, consistent with my criticism of the previous installment in this series (A Cruise to Die For), this book lacked some basic last-minute reality/plot checks. For instance, in one scene the police detective is home watching Major League Baseball when he is summoned to the scene. Nothing wrong with that except it is February. And there is another huge question mark surrounding her exchanging her rental car--more detail would be a spoiler. This book was too full of narrative and too short of action. Rather disappointing, but since there is only one more book in the series, I care enough about the characters to finish it.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Suzi

    Great start: Alix's short reference book receives one star ratings in something like Amazon's or Goodreads' reviews. She's puzzled why so many bad reviews appear months after publication. After several attempts on her life, Alix knows more than her book is under siege. Her consulting /restoration job at a Palm Spring art museum is a fun setting includes a cast of unusual characters, mostly warm and friendly sorts. Her friend and sidekick, Chris, and her FBI "handler" and sorta love interest appe Great start: Alix's short reference book receives one star ratings in something like Amazon's or Goodreads' reviews. She's puzzled why so many bad reviews appear months after publication. After several attempts on her life, Alix knows more than her book is under siege. Her consulting /restoration job at a Palm Spring art museum is a fun setting includes a cast of unusual characters, mostly warm and friendly sorts. Her friend and sidekick, Chris, and her FBI "handler" and sorta love interest appear. I love this series. The cover art is exceptional and the stories are involved and intriguing. I want to be Alix without the death threats. I'd love to know her dad and his friends, though.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jane Irish Nelson

    Why is someone (under a multitude of aliases) posting bad reviews of Alix London's art guide? More reviews that copies sold, now appearing months after publication. Alix can't understand it. When a blog post surfaces, she wonders who has it in for her, and why. However, she has a job to do, restoring several paintings for a private museum before they are sold at auction. Only she becomes disturbed when she notices something odd about a painting, supposedly a Jackson Pollock, only her "eye" tells Why is someone (under a multitude of aliases) posting bad reviews of Alix London's art guide? More reviews that copies sold, now appearing months after publication. Alix can't understand it. When a blog post surfaces, she wonders who has it in for her, and why. However, she has a job to do, restoring several paintings for a private museum before they are sold at auction. Only she becomes disturbed when she notices something odd about a painting, supposedly a Jackson Pollock, only her "eye" tells her there is something off about it, if only she could figure out what. Meanwhile, the new head curator at the museum has upset all the other curators with his proposed changes. How all of these pieces fit together makes a very satisfying mystery, full of twists and turns. Highly recommended.

  16. 5 out of 5

    HoopoeGirl

    I am not a mystery fan, but Alix London is my exception to the rule, and it is solely because of the art history narrative. It's very rare to find books that focus on an art historian/conservationist without being stuffy or boring. This is the second in the series I've picked up and enjoyed it just as much as the first. Here we have a protagonist who always gets things done on her own accord, a supporting cast of delightfully quirky characters, and written in Elkins' signature quick paced style. I am not a mystery fan, but Alix London is my exception to the rule, and it is solely because of the art history narrative. It's very rare to find books that focus on an art historian/conservationist without being stuffy or boring. This is the second in the series I've picked up and enjoyed it just as much as the first. Here we have a protagonist who always gets things done on her own accord, a supporting cast of delightfully quirky characters, and written in Elkins' signature quick paced style. As usual, I didn't care much about the actual murder mystery behind the story, but loved the drama unfolding around the art. More art shenanigans please!

  17. 4 out of 5

    James Wirrell

    I’d probably give this book 2.5 stars if I could, so round it up to a weak 3. This book was better than the second Alix London book, but not as good as the first in the series. The first two thirds of the book have a lot of excess verbiage (though art aficionados might enjoy it) and the mystery only starts cooking in the final third of the book. There is a Mary Higgins Clark flavor to the Alix London series and is present in this book as well. Still the main character, Alix, is likable, and the I’d probably give this book 2.5 stars if I could, so round it up to a weak 3. This book was better than the second Alix London book, but not as good as the first in the series. The first two thirds of the book have a lot of excess verbiage (though art aficionados might enjoy it) and the mystery only starts cooking in the final third of the book. There is a Mary Higgins Clark flavor to the Alix London series and is present in this book as well. Still the main character, Alix, is likable, and the actual mystery was well crafted. In summary, this book is a great three hour mystery wrapped in a seven hour novel.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Carole Sullivan

    This was an interesting surprise! I think I will read more of the Alix London series. This one taught me about the art world, evaluations, theft, cons and because it is set in Palm Springs, CA, I got to know the city a bit. Alix is a little naive for my taste, but she is a developed character who bears further reading. So, the book is a little good and a little not so good. The research is top notch without being overwhelming or Tom Clancy WAY too much. A non- challenging read on a rainy day or This was an interesting surprise! I think I will read more of the Alix London series. This one taught me about the art world, evaluations, theft, cons and because it is set in Palm Springs, CA, I got to know the city a bit. Alix is a little naive for my taste, but she is a developed character who bears further reading. So, the book is a little good and a little not so good. The research is top notch without being overwhelming or Tom Clancy WAY too much. A non- challenging read on a rainy day or a snow day that won't leave you feeling that you lowered your standards too much.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Ayumi

    Mostly I enjoyed all the mention of art and art valuation. I did enjoy the mystery and the way it was written. I think it was pretty well thought but I saw too much development on the characters too fast. Life is not really that fast and love doesn’t develop that fast either, suddenly the clueless guy is super attentive and aware? It is not very believable. I wish there was more depth in the characters. I feel that depth is given by their flaws as much as their abilities. It will make them more Mostly I enjoyed all the mention of art and art valuation. I did enjoy the mystery and the way it was written. I think it was pretty well thought but I saw too much development on the characters too fast. Life is not really that fast and love doesn’t develop that fast either, suddenly the clueless guy is super attentive and aware? It is not very believable. I wish there was more depth in the characters. I feel that depth is given by their flaws as much as their abilities. It will make them more real and human. In general enjoyable read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    This was the first Alix London book I read and it was quite good. Not super complicated, just a nice mindless read. Focuses on art fraud so throws in a little art history to give it cache. This one revolved around a Jackson Pollock painting. The main character/ sleuth has a bit of intuition when it comes to art, so it is a little fun to hear how she backs into her figuring out whether or not her intuition is correct. And I came away a little smarter on art history.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    A dash of mystery, a pinch of art history, a sprinkle of sass - Alix London is my kind of detective. The smattering of art history throughout Elkins' books really give the mysteries another layer I simply adore. The quirky museum staff and Alix's friends (and especially her ex-con dad) played right into the fun. And the author's eye for detail, from scene descriptions to the actual art techniques, create a wonderfully immersive world. A truly enjoyable read. A dash of mystery, a pinch of art history, a sprinkle of sass - Alix London is my kind of detective. The smattering of art history throughout Elkins' books really give the mysteries another layer I simply adore. The quirky museum staff and Alix's friends (and especially her ex-con dad) played right into the fun. And the author's eye for detail, from scene descriptions to the actual art techniques, create a wonderfully immersive world. A truly enjoyable read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Meg Morden

    I loved this engaging and fast paced mystery thriller. The protagonist Alix London is smart and well developed. I really enjoyed the art history and behind the scenes glimpse of life in an art museum with the office politics and foibles of these scholars. Set in Palm Springs, it made me want to go there! I will definitely read the rest of the series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Constance Maloney

    This was an enjoyable, three-part series. I always like female lead characters with brains and reason - which is Alix London. These are basically "cozy" mysteries, within settings that are typically used for meatier story lines. The background to the stories is enriched with some art history and renovation information. This was an enjoyable, three-part series. I always like female lead characters with brains and reason - which is Alix London. These are basically "cozy" mysteries, within settings that are typically used for meatier story lines. The background to the stories is enriched with some art history and renovation information.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Huldie

    Another Masterpiece This third book in the series is even better than the previous ones. Alix London's instinct again points out a forgery, resulting in attempts in her life. There is a brief appearance of her father, and a reunion with another person from her past. Very enjoyable. Another Masterpiece This third book in the series is even better than the previous ones. Alix London's instinct again points out a forgery, resulting in attempts in her life. There is a brief appearance of her father, and a reunion with another person from her past. Very enjoyable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    William Mosteller

    A marvelous, intricate, complicated plot with lots of things going on, including cyber bullying, assault, murder, fraud, and finally romance. I worry whether Alix will be able to rent cars after destroying a second one in successive adventures. I enjoy that the local police, notwithstanding a wheel run by the All-Knowing Skull, have a lot on the ball.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Museums, forgeries and murder I can't help trying to love these books, but I still slog through like knee deep mud. Parts of the story were fun and easy to read, but Art snobbery just doesn't work for me. Museums, forgeries and murder I can't help trying to love these books, but I still slog through like knee deep mud. Parts of the story were fun and easy to read, but Art snobbery just doesn't work for me.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Crosby

    This is a charming addition to this series. The mystery is interesting enough, as is the unusual setting of Palm Springs. However, the strength of this novel rests in the characters--new and old. I'm looking forward to book four. This is a charming addition to this series. The mystery is interesting enough, as is the unusual setting of Palm Springs. However, the strength of this novel rests in the characters--new and old. I'm looking forward to book four.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Loy

    a fun installment of this series. I enjoyed it. I liked that all the main characters were in this book. it was a nice mystery, but no crazy stuff, or crazy people. the new books all have psychological craziness , this was normal.! looking forward to then next one

  29. 4 out of 5

    Janet Kuchler

    Enjoyable Another chance to learn about art, restoration, museums, and to "see" diverse locales. Cleverly done, but perhaps too much description that pulls the reader out of the story. Enjoyable Another chance to learn about art, restoration, museums, and to "see" diverse locales. Cleverly done, but perhaps too much description that pulls the reader out of the story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    I really enjoyed this story and feel that I should read books one and two. My only reason for the 4 star rating is that the heroin in this story was too unaffected by dangers occurring in her life. It was a little too calmly received by her.

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