Fugitive Colors by Margaret Maron

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After her artist lover is killed, Lieutenant Sigrid Harald is surprised when she inherits his multi-million-dollar artwork and becomes determined to track down the murderer and outrun greedy gallery owners. By the author of Bootlegger's Daughter. Tour.

About Margaret Maron

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Writer Margaret Maron grew up in rural North Carolina and later lived in Brooklyn, New York. She has mined her background to create the settings for two successful crime series. A series set in New York features Detective Sigrid Harald and a series set in North Carolina stars Deborah Knott. Bootlegger's Daughter, the first book in the second series, won the Edgar, Agatha, Anthony and Macavity awards for best mystery in 1992.
Published April 18, 2012 by Maron and Company. 226 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It's been five years since the last appearance of Lt. Sigrid Harald, NYPD Homicide (Past Imperfect, etc.), and although they've been good years for her creator--whose second series featuring Judge Deborah Knott (Shooting at Loons, 1994, etc.) has received the kind of acclaim the older series neve...

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Although it has been five years since readers last met NYPD homicide detective Lt. Sigrid Harald (in Past Imperfect), only two fictional months have elapsed since Sigrid's lover, painter Oscar Nauman, died and left his entire estate, worth millions, to her as both legatee and executor.

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