Murder by Design
By Betsy Brannon Green
Covenant Communications, 2010.239 pgs. Mystery
Kennedy Killingsworth becomes involved in her second murder investigation in two months when Jarradd Dupree winds up dead, shortly after having donated some paintings to the local library for an auction. Shortly after his death, his paintings, which despite being rather terrible paintings, are in high demand, with buyers offering outrageous prices for them. As Kennedy tries to figure out who killed him, she's also worried about Sloan, an acquaintance who turns out be an FBI agent being framed by a colleague, and trying to figure out her relationship with Luke Scoggins.
This book was all right, nothing overly special, but it'll do if you're looking for a cozy mystery that you can breeze through.