By Elizabeth Lowell
New York Times bestselling writer Elizabeth Lowell creates one other masterpiece of pleasure and chills, ardour and surprise
When Lacey Quinn inherits the notable landscapes performed through her past due, much-loved grandfather, she believes they're pretty much as good as whatever striking in museums. however the work now in her ownership are greater than the works of a skilled grasp. they're anguished voices from the grave . . . crying murder!
Lacey starts getting to know her grandfather's previous -- and is rocked shortly via a wierd sequence of violent occasions. a person desires to scouse borrow her inheritance, to minimize the work to unrecognizable ashes in a suspicious blaze. anyone desires to hinder Lacey from interpreting her grandfather's paintings too heavily . . . in any respect necessary.
Ian Lapstrake, a safety expert, has taken an curiosity in Lacey's inheritance . . . and in her. stricken by way of what he sees, he turns into Lacey's shadow, as her look for solutions leads them either down an ever-darkening highway paved with lies, blood, and devastating secrets.