My rating: 2 of 5 stars
From the back cover: "Fish Food
It's a sweltering late August in North Carolina, and historic preservationist Ashley Wiles is ready to hit the beach -after a quick business stop at an uscale art gallery owned by friend Valentine Russo.
Inside the cool, eleant storefront, she finds Val dead at her desk. a bullet in her head, and the gallery walls bare of artwork.
Ther murderer follows Ashley to th ebeach house. Where assorted suspicious houseguests, a bizarre bonfire and late-night break-ins paint a picture of art thieves, bad blood and dark secrets. When the lifeless body of Ashley's prime suspect washes ashore, She realizes she has figured out enough to make a killer determined to send her packing, permanently."
It's an OK fluffy, relaxing story. I was drawn to it because of the setting, which didn't disappoint.
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For we live by believing and not by seeing. ~ 2 Cor. 5:7