The Gauguin Connection

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Dr. Genevieve Lenard, a brilliant investigator with high-functioning autism, faces her life’s greatest challenge when a murder probe uncovers a web of unimagined corruption. Will she finally learn to work with a team and stop more artists from being murdered? More
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Words: 131,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310917202
About Estelle Ryan

Estelle Ryan was born in South Africa and spent her childhood being surrounded by African beauty, nature and diversity of cultures. Her first trip to Europe at the tender age of 16 transformed her world into a much larger place, endless in its possibilities and places to explore. For most of her adulthood she's travelled all over the world, lived on a few continents, explored numerous cultures and is insatiable in the quest to still the hunger for more life experiences.

She's written for numerous international magazines, was the editor of a European lifestyle magazine and has seven out-of-print romance novels published under a pseudonym. With her interest in international politics, arts, crime, behavioural psychology, criminal psychology and music, she decided to combine all these elements in her writing. And so Genevieve and the team came into being.

She is an unabashed coffeeshopaholic. Good coffee, ambience and music in the perfect combination is all that is required to turn a mundane coffee shop into her 'office'. The appropriate coffee shop is chosen depending on the mood, the weather, the type and amount of work that needs to be done and, of course, the craving of the day. All of her books have been written in numerous coffee shops all over the world.

Reviews

Review by: Michael Meyers-Jouan on July 13, 2014 :
"I couldn't put it down." Yeah, I know, it's trite - but it's true.
Genevieve Lenard is a fascinating character. The portrayal of autism adds a layer of interest. I've GOT to get the rest of the series to find out how Genevieve and Colin's romance proceeds.

I have only two small concerns. There are occasional bits of awkward grammar, and the deaths of all the forgers is never dealt with satisfactorily - either t should have been obvious from the beginning, or there should have been some exposition.
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Review by: ahoi on July 07, 2014 :
perfect read!
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Review by: MsDiva007 on March 19, 2014 :
The book started out slow but once the plot thicken it became a page turner. Great book.
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Review by: Jules Scot on March 08, 2014 :
What a great read, thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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Review by: vikhono on Feb. 23, 2014 :
Brilliant! Had a good read.
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Review by: Ray Hawkins on Feb. 13, 2014 :
An excellent read. A superb plot with more twists than a mountain road leading to an inevitable climax and the final hairpin. I look forward to reading more from this author.
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