Artistic License to Kill: A Fine Art Mystery

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Artistic License to Kill is a mystery novel starring the suspect Amanda Trent. After she was divorced by her husband. Amanda Trent, an artist, wants to enroll in the Roadrunner Gallery in Lonesome Valley. After the day she is accepted into Roadrunner Gallery she is given a mentor named Susan. They head into the gallery to learn that Janic Warren, the gallery director, was killed. Both Amanda and her mentor Susan are accused. Even worse, the detective is more focused on arresting someone than resolving the crime.

I really love a good mystery novel. This book was very interesting and enjoyable to read. There were many plot twists and red herring throughout the reading.

The author introduced us to new characters very well throughout the book. I don’t think this story should have a series. I’m not saying this book was really bad, it’s just that somehow making the main character, Amanda Trent, end up in every mystery sounds weird. If she was a detective that changes everything but her role is just a suspect.

I would definitely recommend this to readers who enjoy mystery novels. This book could be readable to all ages (depends on their reading skills). Although the cover of this book is very misleading. On the cover, we see two animals and a bunch of painting behind these animals. The cover has no meaning and it’s all about the book itself.

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Author Paula Darnell
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 258 pages
Publisher Campbell and Rogers
Publish Date 2021-Jan-15
ISBN 9781887402125
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Issue January 2021
Category Mystery, Crime & Thriller


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