6 member(s) found this review helpful.
Very good first mystery in a new series on collectibles. This one takes place in North Carolina's pottery-making area and has a lot of details on art pottery-making and auctions, a few photos included.' Molly Appleby is a writer for Collector's Weekly magazine and her new assignment is to cover the kiln opening of a new rising star in Southern pottery-making. George-Bradley Staunton is the most obnoxious collector around, and at the kiln opening, he drops dead. His death is ruled an accident, but Molly has ideas of her own that make her believe it wasn't an accidental death, and she sets out to prove it.
5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great cozy and first mystery in the colectible mystery series with background on the Seagrove pottery area of North Carolina. A little romance and information on the antiques and auction business as well as a good mystery. When George-Bradley drops dead at the kiln opening sale of a Southern potter-maker there were plenty of suspects with reasons to kill the agressive, obnoxious collector.
4 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great first book of a series. A lot of info on clay pots, and potters. Good mystery too! hope there is more coming!