Monday, April 2, 2018

Death on Canvas by Mary Ann Cherry

She's an artist who loves to paint.  At the moment she's staying at her father's house while he's on his honeymoon.  It's in Montana, so she has some lovely landscapes she can paint.  The only thing out of place was a flash of turquoise next to the haystack.  When she checks it out, she finds a young woman that dies before the ambulance turns up.  Who was she and why did someone kill her?

BooksGoSocial and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can buy a copy now.

When Jessie founds out the young woman was coming to see her, she's confounded.  She doesn't know her.  But what she finds is the woman has traced the the history of some valuable paintings to her family.  Where they would be hidden, no one knows.  Especially not Jessie.  But she better start looking for them or she might find herself dead...

With a love from her past being the acting Sheriff she also has to deal with her emotions.  Then an FBI agent shows up who investigates art theft and she finds herself drawn to him.

This is a well thought out tale with plenty of mystery.  The potential romances just make it more interesting.  I enjoyed this author's writing style and would read another in this series.  Jessie's love life has not been settled yet and I'm interested in seeing how it's all going to work out.

1 comment:

Mary Ann Cherry said...

Thanks for reviewing my book! Your review was well-written and informative. If you leave a note from my website at www.maryanncherry.net, I will be glad to send you a free short story. Best wishes,
Mary Ann Cherry, author of Death on Canvas.