Earth Colors

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Macmillan, Apr 3, 2004 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Em Hansen, the popular heroine at the center of Sarah Andrews's unique geology mystery series, has landed a new job, although an unusual one: a client affiliated with a museum wants Em to investigate a painting by the famed western painter Frederick Remington. The client believes it's a fake, but Em must explore the painting's provenance to find out. The project takes her through Wyoming, Utah, Washington DC and Pennsylvania, and halfway through the trip Em finds she's also chasing a murderer: someone seems to be slowly poisoning her client's family. Before long, her innocent research project has taken a sinister twist, and it's up to Em to find out what's going on in time to save her own skin. All in all, Earth Colors is another smart, inventive mystery from Sarah Andrews, a fan favorite.
 

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Art history and geology combine in Em Hansen's latest adventure. This time she researches the provenance of a reputedly spurious Frederick Remington painting for her client, who's apparently being slowly poisoned. A winning addition to the popular series. ... Read full review

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Sarah Andrews, a professional geologist and licensed pilot, lives in Northern California. She also teaches geology at Sonoma State University.

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