Is a masterpiece worth killing for? Art historian Nicole Tang Noonan hopes to raise her profile on campus when she attends a dinner party given by donors to her university. When one of the dinner guests is murdered, the police quickly make an arrest—too quickly, Nicole thinks. Nicole’s scholarly interest in her host’s art collection, which includes a painting by Picasso, leads her into the high-stakes world of collectible art. Tensions among the dinner guests point to several possible suspects. As Nicole looks into their motives, she must deduce which one is the murderer before the murderer takes an interest in her. If you enjoy art, academic settings, and a female amateur sleuth who just won’t quit, you will enjoy reading Dark Picasso, the third in a series of traditional mysteries.
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