Teaser Tuesday May 29
Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along!
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
My teaser Tuesday is from: Shades of Murder (The Mac Faraday Mysteries) by Lauren Carr
Archie said, "Everyone in this painting is a suspect." "Nah!" Bogie argued, "She painted it before she was murdered."
Question: What do you get the man with everything?
Answer: When that man is the heir of the late mystery writer Robin Spencer, retired homicide detective Mac Faraday, you get him cold case to solve.
In Shades of Murder, Mac Faraday is once again the heir to an unbelievable fortune. This time the benefactor is a stolen art collector. But this isn’t just any stolen work-of-art—it’s a masterpiece with a murder attached to it.
Ilysa Ramsay was in the midst of taking the art world by storm with her artistic genius. Hours after unveiling her latest masterpiece—she is found dead in her Deep Creek Lake studio—and her painting is nowhere to be found.
Almost a decade later, the long lost Ilysa Ramsay masterpiece has found its way into Mac Faraday’s hands and he can’t resist the urge to delve into the case.
A world away, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; former JAG lawyer Joshua Thornton agrees to do a favor for the last person he would ever expect to do a favor—a convicted serial killer.
The Favor: Solve the one murder wrongly attributed to him.
Joshua finds an unexpected ally in Cameron Gates, a spunky detective who has reason to believe the young woman known to the media only as Jane Doe, Victim Number Four, was the victim of a copycat. Together, Joshua and Cameron set out to light a flame under the cold case only to find that someone behind the scenes wants the case to remain cold, and is willing to kill to keep it that way.
Little do these detectives know that the paths of their respective cases are on a collision course when they follow the clues to bring them together in a showdown with a killer who’s got a talent for murder!
Hmmm, sounds like an interesting painting.ReplyDelete
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Ooh, interesting one. Cool cover!ReplyDelete
I think Bogie's got a good point. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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This sounds really good. interesting definitely need to see the painting. Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
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Great teaser. I have never heard of this book. Hope you enjoy it. :)ReplyDelete
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Interesting, I'd like to see the painting! Great teaser, thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
Sounds like an interesting read!ReplyDelete
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Great teaser! What does that painting look like? Happy reading and thanks for visiting earlier.ReplyDelete
That's a very interesting teaser!ReplyDelete
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Oooo! That sounds kind of creepy! I've never heard of this one. Hope you're enjoying!ReplyDelete
The cover is a little scary. Enjoy the book.ReplyDelete
Never heard of this one, but it sounds like a great mystery! Thanks for stopping by my blog!ReplyDelete
Great logic in your quote- you can't fault that!ReplyDelete
It's been said before in the comments, but the quote really does make me want to see the painting (or at least a description of it).ReplyDelete
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