Author: W. J. Burley
1987, Hardcover, 181 pages
Condition: In very good condition for an ex-library copy with normal indicators but no writing! Square, clean, white pages.
Summary (From the publisher):
Gifford Tate, a well-known Falmouth painter, and Edwin Garland, a local businessman, had been inseparable companions until Tate's death several years ago. Now his paintings are much sought after and each year a work not previously shown is sold at a London gallery.
When Garland dies of a heart attack no one is suspicious - until the evening of the funeral, when his son is shot dead and Chief Superintendent Wycliffe is faced with a seemingly motiveless killing.
Then another relative disappears and the most promising clue Wycliffe has is an artists' pigment called Winsor Blue. He finally identifies the motive behind the crimes - but is it too late to prevent another death?
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