Shadows at the Spring Show: An Antique Print Mystery (Google eBook)

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 7, 2012 - Fiction - 256 pages
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She's an antique print dealer, a college professor, and now...a parent? Maggie Summer is considering adopting a child from the New Jersey agency Our World, Our Children, and she has happily agreed to stage a benefit antiques show on their behalf. With her dealer friends, her college, and her lover, Will Brewer, all donating their time and support, everything is falling into place. But someone is harboring a vicious grudge against Our World, Our Children. The adoptive mother of thirteen children is the first victim, and then Maggie begins receiving threats. With the crowded benefit set to open and hundreds of innocent lives at stake, Maggie races to preserve the future with a clue hidden in her prints from the past....
  

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Shadows at the spring show: an antique print mystery

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American history professor and part-time sleuth Maggie Summer (Shadows at the Fair ) organizes an auction to benefit an adoption agency in Somerset County, NJ. When someone begins threatening her, she ... Read full review

Review: Shadows at the Spring Show (An Antique Print Mystery #4)

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This book concentrated more on the adoption process than on the antiques; I would prefer a bit more on antiques. Interesting tidbit about Humphrey Bogart's mother who was an artist. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Lea Wait made her mystery debut with Shadows at the Fair, which was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best First Novel. Shadows on the Ivy, the third novel in her acclaimed series featuring Maggie Summer, is forthcoming in hardcover from Scribner. Lea comes from a long line of antiques dealers, and has owned an antique print business for more than twenty-five years. The single adoptive mother of four Asian girls who are now grown, she lives in Edgecomb, Maine. In addition to the Antique Print mysteries, Lea Wait writes historical fiction for young readers. Her first children's book, Stopping to Home, was named a Notable Book for Children in 2001 by Smithsonian magazine.
Visit her website at www.leawait.com.

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