Why do a sleazy antique dealer and a wealthy collector suddenly become interested in an unknown artist named Jo Allison? Is it the mysterious goblet she used in three still-life paintings? Jo's apartment is burglarized, and she is followed and threatened. When she attempts to determine the provenance of the goblet, she discovers that it might be a priceless artifact. Thieves follow her to Chicago and to the home of a blind woman in Riverside who also owns one of the goblets. The exciting climax takes place on the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago, between the roaring lions.
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A mystery sprinkled with art and history.
I really liked the main character, Jo. She was engaging as s lead and I enjoyed the story. It builds in pace as it goes and ends nicely.
Jo. She manages to engage on her quest for answers in a manner that's realistic and makes a good story.
She has a lovely voice that you can easily listen too.
Yes. It took three so I was obviously engaged enough to come back to it.
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- Tony Bough