Portrait of a Murder - Stella Whitelaw Reviews
Description:ISBN 0709092725 / Hardcover: 224 pages / Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd / Published: 31 Aug 2011
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A portrait of a murder is a novel by Stella Whitelaw telling the story of Harriet Dale, Harriet Dale is a private investigator, shop owner, model, actress who is asked to find out about a stolen painting. Throughout we are taken on a journey through Harriet's sub-conscious with Harriet the streetwise PI, Henrietta her alter-ego as the fashion savvy model and Harry as the teenage nerd. All are used in Harriet's investigation into the mysterious painted lady, this is a painting of a 19th century lady whose portrait appears to echo her near future murder and is said to be cursed. WE are soon entering dangerous waters with DI Brice Macdonald as Harriet's confident and who ... Read the complete review
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