Publisher:Touchwood Editions, 2012Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Southin, GwendolynDate:Created2012Summary:
Journey into the fashionable art world of 1960s Vancouver as Margaret Spencer and Nat Southby return in Death as a Fine Art, the fifth book in the Margaret Spencer mystery series. The owner of the Silver Unicorn Art Gallery is dead, and Southby and Spencer, Private Investigators are back at work in search of the killer. With plenty of suspects and twists and turns along the way, Maggie and Nat have their work cut out for them. The cast of memorable characters are no match for the investigators. Maggie trusts her instincts as they take her from the streets of Vancouver to Victoria, Galiano Island, and Mission. Meanwhile, her estranged husband continues his efforts to win her back, but even with plans for her daughter's wedding taking up all her spare time, Maggie knows there is no returning to her old life. Author Gwendolyn Southin uniquely blends the charm of gumshoe techniques with the fresh perspective of a developing female detective.Subject(s): Murder--Investigation | Nineteen sixties | Women detectives | British Columbia--Vancouver | Spencer, Margaret (Fictitious character) | Art museumsOriginal Publisher: [S.l.], Touchwood EditionsLanguage(s): English