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Tamar Myers's Estate Of Mind
A Den of Antiquity Mystery
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Tamar Myers's Estate Of Mind coverWhen North Carolina antique dealer Abigail Timerlake makes a bid of $150.99 on a truly awful copy of Van Gogh's "The Starry Night," she's just trying to win Mana's approval by supporting the church auction. Hopefully, she'll make her money back on the beautiful gold antique frame. Little does she expect she's bought herself a fortune...and a ton of trouble. When her ex-boyfriend shows up and offers ten bucks for the ugly "Starry Night," Abby pops the frame and is stunned to discover hidden behind the faux Van Gogh canvas a multi-million dollar lost art treasure. Suddenly she's a popular lady in hear old hometown, and her first visit is from Gilbert Sweeney, her schoolyard sweetheart (according to him), who claims the family's painting was donated by mistake. But social calls quickly turn from nice to nasty as it's revealed that the mysterious masterpiece conceals a dark and deadly past and some modern-day misconduct that threatens to rock the Rock HIll social structure to its core. Someone apparently thinks the art is worth killing for, and Abby knows she better get to the bootom of the secret scandal and multiple murders before she ends up buried six feet under a starry night.
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Praise for Tamar Myers's Mysteries

"Funny and full of quirky characters." I Love a Mystery
 
"Blending mystery with a dash of romance, the witty Tamar Myers has come up with a southern mystery that will delight fans." --- Mystery & Intrigue
 
"Myers' tales are absorbing and delightful, sweeping the reader along on a rip tide of action." --- The Herald
 
"Abigail Timberlake is back and better than ever!...Myers' charming sense of humor lightens the darkness of her subject (murder, of course!) and her superior skills as a writer makes The Ming and I an engaging read." --- Rock Hill, South Carolina Herald
 

 

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