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BOOK REVIEW: THE KILLING ART
Kate McKinnon, art historian, is a former NYPD detective. Kate who is devastated by the death of her husband is now trying to make a new life for herself. She has lived quite a life. She has helped the police capture the Death Artist and the Color Blind killer. Kate no longer has her Park Avenue penthouse nor the designer clothes. She is now in the process of writing a book about America's celebrated artistic era, the New York School of the 1940's and 1950's.
Something starts to happen that really upsets Kate. In fact, it upsets her so much that she decides to help the New York Police Department. Someone is slashing the paintings she is currently writing about and it is not only the paintings being slashed but also their owners.
Kate receives a call from detective Monty Murphy regarding the slashing of the paintings. The killer is leaving clues. Kate's job is to decipher the evidence - cryptic messages that reveal both the paintings and the people who will be next on the list.
Will Kate be successful at finding the person who is responsible for all of this terror?
The novel is an exciting thriller. You will be hooked from the very first page. It is loaded with suspense and the reader will feel as though they are part of the investigation and right there working with Kate to decipher the clues. The book is fast paced and does not slow down for a minute. Add this one to your reading list. It is highly recommended.
REVIEWED BY NANCY EATON
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