Death at Olana
Written by Glenda Ruby. Set in the historic Hudson Valley Death at Olana follows in the tradition begun by Agatha Christie, P.D. James, and Ruth Rendell—a classic detective story featuring a female sleuth. The book opens at Olana, former home of painter Frederic Church, during a festive Christmas party. The evening’s centerpiece is to be the unveiling of an hitherto unknown nude portrait by Church. But at the moment of the unveiling, the curtain parts to reveal another nude—Sheila Marks, the director of Olana, hanging by a rope in view of 300 guests. Fiction. Paperback, 228 pages.
|Dimensions||8.5 x 0.5 x 5.5 in|