A Dying Art

A Dying ArtNageeba Davis Introduces An Amateur Sleuth From The High Country Of Colorado Who Has To Deal With Some Very Low People Art Teacher And Sculptor Maggie Kean Thought She Was Having A Rotten Day Burning Her Toast, Stubbing Her Toe, And All Before Eight In The Morning Things Just Couldn T Get Any Worse At Least, Until The Dead Body Clogged Up Her Toilet To Maggie S Horror, The Body Belonged To Her Friend And Neighbor, Elizabeth Boyer And Maggie S The Prime Suspect The Only Way Out Is To Discover Who Killed Her Friend But Maggie Is No Expert At Investigating, And One Very Handsome Homicide Detective Doesn T Think She Should Be Involved At All So Now All She Has To Do Is Evade The Police, Clear Her Name And Trap A Killer

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • A Dying Art
  • Nageeba Davis
  • English
  • 01 September 2017
  • 9780425179512

10 thoughts on “A Dying Art

  1. says:

    Maggie Kean is a sculptor and art teacher Her wealthy neighbors body turns up in her septic tank and Maggie becomes a suspect along with her neighbors two grandchildren There is also a romance between Maggie and the main cop investigating the case Not a very deep mystery or that great of a romance This is the beginning of a series and I m in no hurry to read any books in the series.

  2. says:

    I surely enjoyed the mystery and the art aspect but for me the best part was a woman didn t have to change who she was to secretly land the man.

  3. says:

    I was walking past the neighborhood thrift store when I saw they had books on sale for 2 1 50 cents for a book is a pretty good deal, but usually these books are the bottom of the barrel, so it s hard to find something worth reading I was lucky enough to find a copy of Gilead, but there was still one book I had to get for the 2 1 deal This just so happened to be the book that was the best of the choices.I might not be an expert of the mystery genre, but I ve read my fair share of amateur sleuth novels, and have usually enjoyed them This one, however, was a lot slower to start.I think the number one problem with me liking the book was how unlikable the main character Maggie Kean is Let s just say that she is incredibly defensive She can t take any sort of criticism, she won t let anyone in on her life automatically declaring that it s none of their business, and if you ask her a simple question, she gets all hot and bothered and is likely to either throw something at you or if there is a door between the two of you have that slammed in your face I suppose this can be somewhat funny, but to be honest I only laughed a few times in the novel I was likely to be peeved that she would get all bent out of shape over people, when she should just learn to not let things bother her so much I m sure some might say, Wait a second Her neighbor was just murdered You would be high strung and emotional too Perhaps, but my impression of Maggie is that all of her anger and fire is not limited to her neighbor s death I get the impression that she is like this no matter what.My other issue is the romance between her and Detective Villari It seemed implausible that a detective would start to get all kinky with the main lead of the crime Couldn t he lose his job for that Besides that, there is not much else to say A Dying Art is a moderately amusing book, which I would have given only 2 stars, but after page 200, the book becomes really interesting This is the part we really get a taste of the story and the clues to solving the murder All in all, the ending is actually pretty good.Would I read it again Probably not Would I recommend it to anyone Only if they really had nothing else to read There are plenty of other good mystery novelists out there However, if you are interested in reading the debut novel of a budding author, I d say give A Dying Art a shot It s a quick read of only 267 pages, and who knows, you might like it enough you d give Nageeba Davis s second novel a shot Although, concerning the sequel, I think this reader will have to pass.

  4. says:

    A hidden book found in a New York thrift shop, this book did not have high expectations to fill I regret starting this book and then putting it off for one or two years, as it was quite enjoyable from the middle onwards As a young reader, I may be wrong, but I ve found that this book is one of the few that does not allow romance to completely take over the plot, but added in amongst the mystery in small doses The romance between Villari and Keen does seem slightly unbelievable and sudden, but I suppose I could look over that Nearning the middle, the book s slow pace picks up, and things get interesting I quite liked the book to the point that it is currently nearing two am, and I have forged on to complete the book a day after I restarted it when it was 10% complete.I think the only reason I picked this book up was because I was bored It s the end of the year, and I wanted to squeeze in one or two books before 2015 It was a nice, quick read once I got past the beginning with a slightly choppy transition from the middle to end, but I recommend it if one simply had nothing serious to read.

  5. says:

    A very light romance mystery set in Colorado but it could be anywhere with art teacher sculptor as sleuth Nothing wrong with it just nothing much to it.

  6. says:

    This was a most enjoyable read I liked the main character of Maggie Kean Nice sense of humor, independence, and spunk That detective sounds like a hunk, too Enough mystery to keep you hooked.

  7. says:

    Good light reading Others i have lent it to really liked it too The mn character Maggie is an artist that rents a cottage on an estate and makes friends with a grouchy neighbor

  8. says:

    A quick and entertaining little whodunit I was drawn into the story by the likable characters and suspenseful storyline Davis has a sharp wit, and I found her first Maggie Kean novel very enjoyable

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