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This week, Josie runs into lies, murder, and Tiffany lamps in Jane K. Cleland’s 11th Josie Prescott Antiques Mystery, Glow of Death! Take a visual tour with GIFnotes!
Josie Prescott has been called in to appraise the Tiffany lamp of a wealthy couple, Edwin and Ava Belcher, which everyone is delighted to find is genuine.
Josie’s good friend, Police Chief Ellis Hunter, is helping prepare for her annual Fourth of July barbecue…
When he gets a call that Ava has been murdered.
Unable to reach Edwin, Ellis asks Josie to identify the body.
Josie is stunned to discover that the dead woman lying on the Belcher kitchen floor is not the woman she knew as Ava.
Astonishment turns to shock when Josie discovers that everything she thought she knew about the Tiffany lamp and the Belchers has been built on lies.
Readers will delight in spending time in Rocky Point as these much-loved characters come together to solve a dastardly crime.
In this cunning and twisty tale of envy, greed, and revenge, Josie uses her knowledge of antiques to learn the truth about the priceless Tiffany lamp―and to discover Ava’s killer.
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Jane K. Cleland once owned a New Hampshire-based antiques and rare books business. She is the author of several previous Josie Prescott Antiques mysteries, has been a finalist for the Macavity, Anthony, and Agatha awards and has twice won the David Award for Best Novel. Jane is the former president of the New York chapter of the Mystery Writers of America and chairs the Wolfe Pack’s Black Orchid Novella Award. She is part of the English faculty at Lehman College and lives in New York City.