Death On A Starry Night: A Nora Barnes And Toby Sandler Mystery by Betsy DraineDeath On A Starry Night: A Nora Barnes And Toby Sandler Mystery by Betsy Draine

Death On A Starry Night: A Nora Barnes And Toby Sandler Mystery

byBetsy Draine, Michael Hinden

Hardcover | April 12, 2016

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When art historian Nora Barnes returns to France for a Van Gogh conference in the charming medieval village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, she’s expecting a vigorous debate about whether the famed artist’s suicide was actually a homicide. But on the night before the conference, an elderly French woman who’d promised to reveal important evidence is found face down in the village fountain, and her Chanel briefcase is nowhere to be seen.
            During a week of academic squabbling, dining, romance, and suspense, the quirky conference members, one by one, fall under police suspicion and the amused gaze of Nora’s husband, Toby Sandler. But someone wants to stop Nora and Toby’s amateur sleuthing, and what happens next is no joke.
Betsy Draine and Michael Hinden are coauthors of the mysteries Murder in Lascaux and The Body in Bodega Bay, the first two novels featuring Nora Barnes and Toby Sandler. They also coauthored the memoir A Castle in the Backyard: The Dream of a House in France and translated The Walnut Cookbook by Jean-Luc Toussaint. They are professors ...
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Title:Death On A Starry Night: A Nora Barnes And Toby Sandler MysteryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1 inPublished:April 12, 2016Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780299307301

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“The real heart and soul of the story . . . is southern France and the life of Van Gogh, both of which figure prominently into the plot. There are lots of tidbits of art history, plenty of French food and wine, and a generous helping of armchair travel highlights included here.”—ReviewingtheEvidence.Com