About the Book
The children’s lecture and slide show of Japanese Prints was an enjoyable end to the opening exhibit of Oriental Prints and Scrolls that Sara had mounted for a northern California university’s art gallery.
The next day she returned to the small Oriental Art Museum in Santa Barbara, where she was a curator, to find a detective from the Pasadena Police waiting to inform her of a burglary and assault at her godparents oriental arts company and to ask her help with determining the inventory. Their investigation uncovered a pattern of complicated and frightening background facts about the people and the pieces of Ancient art that she had been surrounded with all of her life.
About the Author
I write because it is fun to create characters and to invent situations that use some of my interests in the arts, archaeology and the places I have traveled. My past career was as a graphic artist and that enables me to have more fun in creating the cover art and photographs for my book. My husband and I are now retired and are living in the Southern California desert's Coachella Valley.