Book Reviews of Grave Choices (Peggy O'Neill, Bk 7)

Grave Choices (Peggy O'Neill, Bk 7)
Grave Choices - Peggy O'Neill, Bk 7
Author: M. D. Lake
ISBN-13: 9780380775217
ISBN-10: 0380775212
Publication Date: 11/1995
Pages: 246
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Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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From the back cover: Intrepid campus cop Peggy O'Neill arrives at the University's art building too late to prevent the slaying of painter/professor Russell Bell--and gets flattened by the fleeing suspect in the bargain. She does, however, catch a glimpse of the culprit as they collide--and later identifies him as Daniel Sanchez, peeved potter and Bell's lifelong foe.

The portrait Sanchez's friends paint of the accused, however, implies he's not a killer. Plus it seems the victim was no starry knight--and his talent for making enemies exceeded his questionable prowess with brush and oils. But by pursuing the big picture, Peggy may paint herself into a very dangerous corner indeed--and become the next subject of a murderous maestro who would dearly love to color her dead.