Mystery at the museum!
When reporter Guinivere Jones is sent to cover a major art retrospective at the Baker Museum in Naples, Florida, she never suspected she’d be the star of the show—or would wind up investigating another murder. Soon, however, she finds herself painted into a corner. All of the evidence points to one person as the likely killer. But those who know him best swear he didn’t do it.
Can Guin scrape away the varnish and uncover the truth?
Book 10 in the Sanibel Island Mystery series, Framed in Naples features a palette full of colorful characters, intrigue, and romance that is sure to delight and entertain readers.
This author writes a fun, series that you can’t put don’t. Once it arrives I have to read it right away. Guin is so entertaining and will she solve the murder? What would the detective do without her help. So fun to see all the places she visits and is woven into each book. I love Sanibel, shelling, the restaurants and locations. Makes me miss it more. However if you never been, this series is still for you. Helps to plan a mental escape until the last page.
LIZ ROWE- Amazon Reader