Artist Francis Bacon gets tangled up in murder while visiting the English countryside in the final mystery of this Lambda Award-winning series.
Praise for the Francis Bacon Mysteries:
'Law does a bangup job of recreating London during the Blitz and portraying real-life artist Francis Bacon as an unlikely sleuth' Publishers Weekly, on Fires of London.
'Artist-sleuth Francis, unflappable and acidly witty, is the star of [Law's] latest nimble historical mystery series . . . Law's crisp, wry humor, surreptitious revelations of France's deep partisan wounds, and great affection for the marvelously resourceful, suave, and irreverent Francis make for a delectably clever tale' Booklist. on The Prisoner of the Riviera.
'Law is close to perfect in presenting the timeless charms of the Riviera, and she's just as satisfying in shaping Bacon as a reluctant but brave and somewhat lucky sleuth. At the same time, she never allows us to lose sight of Bacon as an emerging artist of immense gifts' Toronto Star, on The Prisoner of the Riviera.