Book Reviews of Tree of Death (Elena Oliverez, Bk 1)

Tree of Death (Elena Oliverez, Bk 1)
Tree of Death - Elena Oliverez, Bk 1
Author: Marcia Muller
ISBN-13: 9780446404204
ISBN-10: 0446404209
Publication Date: 4/1/1996
Pages: 208
Rating:
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3.6 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Elena Oliverez, curator of the new Museum of Mexican Arts in Santa Barbara, wanted her first exhivit ot convey the power and subletly of fine Chicano art. Displaying the huge, gaudy ceramic Arbol de la vida-tree of life- would please the wealthy patron who donated it, but convey all the tackiness of a pinata from Tijuana. It wounded Elena's sensibilities and her pride. And that was before it killed her boss. Lying among the smashed pottery was Frank de Palma, the man Elena locked inside the gallery when she left the night before. No one else could have entered without her key. Anglo homicide detective Lt.Dave Kirk called the death a murder and Elena his only suspect. Now she had to turn to another fine art; catching a talented killer who framed her with a masterpiece of crime.
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The story is about Elena Oliverez's new job as curator of a new museum depicting Chicano art. How her boss was murdered and she became the prime suspect.