An Uncluttered Palette

After an accident destroys her hand, art teacher Rayna Hunt begins the long journey to recover her skill. Her quiet, safe world is further disrupted when an anonymous call to the police draws her into a case of forgery and art theft. She and a group of friends and students work to prove her innocence and solve the crime. More

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Words: 73,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301158966
About Jean Sheldon

I began writing mysteries at the age of 53. It was 2004 and I longed for something to take my mind off the political and social climate that had become overwhelming. Starting a writing career might not have been the most socially responsible path I could have chosen, but it offered a distraction, one that I like to think helped me survive to fight again. But why mysteries? I have delighted in the genre since the 60s when I first held a Chicago Public Library card in my sweaty little hand. The image of a scrawny kid in pigtails, weighted down with books and shouting, "You can do it" from my over stimulated imagination made me believe I should try. That was 10 years ago, and writing has proved to be much more than a distraction. I have learned to look closer and listen harder, to find answers beyond my limited view of the world. Writing has helped me become a better person. I can only hope those changes contribute, as well, to my journey to become a better writer.

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