Friday, April 12, 2013

Through a Glass, Deadly by Sarah Atwell

Description from Berkeley Crime:
Glassblower Emmeline Dowell has made a home for herself among the artists of Tucson's Warehouse District. But her friendship with troubled newcomer Allison McBride takes a dangerous turn when Allison's husband turns up dead in Em's studio.
Now Emmeline is involved in a murder investigation that reaches beyond the sunny Southwest. And when the killer acts again, it's up to her to pick up the shards of Allison's life before it's too late.


I really enjoyed this book.  Sarah Atwell is a pseudonym for Sheila Connolly. Em is a glass blower who has a shop connected to her studio. Allison watches her blow glass and is interested in learning but cannot afford the classes.  Em feels for her and becomes her friend. Allison's estranged husband is found dead in Em's studio.  They call the police and the FBI gets involved.  The FBI believe Allison has something to do with the murder.
I can't wait to read the next one.
You can read an excerpt here.

Pages: 415 (I read the large print version.)

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