Read the latest review of Flies in the Punch Bowl from Library Thing (Australia)
I loved this book, it is smart and sassy, lively and funny. Twenty somethings living in Seattle, enjoying the nightlife with lots of specialty beers and cocktails, and then gatecrashing art exhibitions. We have a former art fraud investigator now working in a museum, a employee of an advertising agency and a reporter who sniff out a mystery in the exclusive art world and set off to solve it. The author clearly has a finger […]
Read the latest review of Flies in the Punch Bowl from Midwest Book Review
It’s satisfying to see a book subtitle that goes beyond defining the genre of a story to impart an exciting sense of its atmosphere. Flies in the Punch Bowl:Art Theft, Cocktails, and High Society sets the stage for a lively whodunit romp through the art world, attracting readers interested in a blend of social commentary and intrigue.
Take a rampage of thievery in Seattle’s art world, inject an amateur artist/sleuth recovering from the impact of forgery on her […]
Read the latest review of Flies in the Punch Bowl from InD’Tale Magazine
Flies in the Punch Bowl is a brisk, energetic mystery, which is reminiscent of a caper style adventure. Annabel and her cohorts are sharp-witted, utilizing their sly, occasionally droll banter to keep the reader entertained while the group brainstorms their next big move… The story flows smoothly, moving at a quick enough pace to keep readers engaged from beginning to end. Hopefully, these fun characters, all of whom have great potential, will return for more […]