Murder at the Mendel

Murder at the Mendel

A Joanne Kilbourn Mystery

Book - 2011
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As a child Joanne was friends with Sally Love and her parents, but the friendship languished after Sally's father died and she moved away, eventually becoming a very controversial artist. When the Mendel Gallery opens an exhibition of Sally's work, Joanne is eager to attend and to renew their friendship. But it's not so easy being Sally's friend anymore, and soon Joanne finds herself ensnared in a web of intrigue and violence. When the director of a local private gallery is brutally murdered, Joanne finds that the past she and Sally share was far more complicated, and far more sordid, than she had realized.

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Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, c2011.
ISBN: 9780771013218
Branch Call Number: BOW
Characteristics: 208 p.
Alternative Title: Love and murder


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A patron review from the Adult Summer Game: "Loving these Joanne Kilbourn mysteries. Gail has created a wonderful character who doesn't change through out the series. Her scene setting and character descriptions create strong stories and the twists keep you on your toes."

This is an early work and full talent has not emerged but setting is fun and the character of the protagonist is starting to develop. Good background to read later novels by Bowen

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