In the famous Boston museum - if pictures could talk... they would scream bloody murder..
Fun light mystery. Macleod also writes as Alisa Craig.
A light (almost spoof) of "cozy mysteries"
A museum guard falls from a third-story gallery to his death, valuable paintings are being replaced by forgeries, and another guard dies. No one but Max seems interested in finding out the truth. This is the book in this entertaining series in which Max Bittersohn and Sarah Kelling first admit their attraction to each other. Told with the usual MacLeod charm and wit.
A good older read for fans of charlotte macleod
#3 in the Sarah Keeling series: It's been quiet at Sara's elegant Beacon Hill boarding house lately, in fact, nobody has been murdered for months. Then, as she stands on a second-floor balcony with lodger Max Bittersohn, something dark falls past them from above and ends up sprawled in the flower-filled courtyard below.
I have not read this one yet, but so far I find the Sara Kelling & Max Bittersohn series delightful!