Private View

Private View The murder of a local art gallery owner and the theft of the painting he had just privately shown had stumped DCI Sheldon Hunter and remained unsolved Four years later Hunter receives a series of an

  • Title: Private View
  • Author: Meg Elizabeth Atkins
  • ISBN: 9780786260331
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Private View

    The murder of a local art gallery owner and the theft of the painting he had just privately shown had stumped DCI Sheldon Hunter, and remained unsolved Four years later, Hunter receives a series of anonymous letters and phone calls implicating a family in the picturesque town of Rush Deeping in the death.

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    1. Linda Strong

      Four years ago a local art gallery owner, Minim Minikin, was murdered. A painting by the artist, Fayne, was also stolen. DCI Sheldon Hunter has never found the killer, the painting, or the artist.Today, Hunter has received several anonymous letters and phone calls stating that a prominent family in the small town of Rush Deeping is somehow involved in the cold case.Descending upon the town to investigate further, he finds the Sandler family pretty normal until he looks a little deeper.There are [...]

    2. Leyla Johnson

      This book started off being very good and a decent mystery, it just got a little jumbled towards the middle. I found it a little annoying, but having said that it was a surprise ending and all the ends tied up nicely. Lots of well developed characters involved, to the extent that I found myself disliking or liking some. All in all a fairly good read with good mystery. This book was provided to me in return for an honest and unbiased review

    3. Fleurtje Eliza

      This is a very easy going likeable book, not your average detective mystery where things are all messed up, with a lot of twists and turns, and those so-called gripping, bloody scenes. Instead, this is a murder inquiry that is just like a puzzle that needs to be solved.I especially liked the Saddler characters, their descriptions are highly entertaining. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of the book.

    4. Susan

      DCI Sheldon Hunter investigates the death of an art galley owner but is unable to determine the guilty person. The story wanders around in the middle and covers the next four years, of the lives of the Saddler family, until another body is found. The Hunter starts to investigate the first murder again, but can it be solved.

    5. CeeMarie

      I needed more from this book. It was pretty straight forward mystery and while I really like a good mystery, I like them to have more to them. Also the ending was too open for me.

    6. Paula

      Found this an interesting read with a great storyline and enjoyable characters. This has a great twist, but I found it was a slow read.

    7. Dragonpoetikfly BlackHippyPoet310 Poetry

      I haven't been so frustrated and intrigued about fictional characters in many years! I would've never come to the conclusion took, it was too much going on for me to concentrate on certain aspects of the different murders. But I laughed and screamed during every page turned. This is a very thorough dramatic mystery.

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