By Elizabeth Lowell
Ny instances bestselling writer Elizabeth Lowell creates one other masterpiece of pleasure and chills, ardour and shock Die in undeniable Sight while Lacey Quinn inherits the awesome landscapes performed through her overdue, much-loved grandfather, she believes they're pretty much as good as whatever placing in museums. however the work now in her ownership are greater than the works of a skilled grasp. they're anguished voices from the grave . . . crying homicide! Lacey starts off discovering her grandfather's previous -- and is rocked shortly through an odd sequence of violent occasions. somebody desires to scouse borrow her inheritance, to lessen the work to unrecognizable ashes in a suspicious blaze. somebody desires to hinder Lacey from reading her grandfather's paintings too heavily . . . in any way precious. Ian Lapstrake, a safety expert, has taken an curiosity in Lacey's inheritance . . . and in her. afflicted by way of what he sees, he turns into Lacey's shadow, as her look for solutions leads them either down an ever-darkening street paved with lies, blood, and devastating secrets and techniques.
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She felt like a kite without a string. Lacey kicked the door shut behind her and listened for the sound of her partner, who had left the storage unit earlier to take the afternoon shift in the store. But even with the door shut, she couldn’t hear anything except the muted steel river of Paciﬁc Coast Highway trafﬁc pouring by a quarter mile away. ” Lacey called out. ” “Ouch. ” Shayla’s laughter ﬂoated from the apartment over the shop. ” Shayla asked. ” Lacey headed for the back staircase that led to the upper ﬂoor where she lived, painted her own kind of plein air dreams, and kept extra merchandise when the downstairs got too full and Shayla’s brother didn’t have any spare storage units to give them rent-free.
Ward said. ” “Jesus” was all Ward said. ” Ward’s mouth ﬂattened at the Pickford name. Every time he thought of how his mother-in-law had ﬁnessed ﬁfteen percent of the Savoy Ranch out of his control, he wished all over again that he’d known in time to change things. But he hadn’t, so now he had to live with “relatives” he’d rather bury than kiss. ” Rory asked. Ward just gave Rory a look out of glittering blue eyes that hadn’t faded one bit in more than seventy years. “Right. Opposite sides of the room, as requested,” Rory said, hiding his amusement.
Die in Plain Sight | 43 Ward blew out a breath. “Hell, you’re just like your mother was. ” “And Bliss is just like you, fast on the trigger. ” Eyes narrowed, Ward drummed his ﬁngers on his leather desk chair. He doubted that Savvy knew how important the merger was to the future of Savoy Enterprises and everyone who drew a corporate paycheck. To be fair, Ward hadn’t told his son anything beyond the obvious: the merger would beneﬁt both parties. But right now Ward didn’t feel like being fair. He felt like taking a bite out of something and his son was handy.