An established landscape artist from South Wales regains consciousness in a London hospital after an attack in the street. On arrival in ER she was murmuring incoherently in Welsh. The young police officer assigned to sit with her also speaks the language and they have a common interest; art and a missing paint box.
The seventh Catrin Sayer Mystery. While dealing with some significant personal challenges, Detective Inspector Catrin Sayer is drawn into an investigation into a forgery found in a Norfolk museum, but it leads quickly to a violent confrontation with a North London biker gang.
A valuable painting is discovered in East London at the scene of a suspicious death of a young woman. It leads Detective Inspector Catrin Sayer to a gang leader and his accountant now held in separate prisons in Scotland. Her assignment is ‘to stir them up a bit’. She does so and it has surprising consequences.
Catrin Sayer returns to art crime investigation - promoted to detective inspector in the elite Art and Antiques Unit at New Scotland Yard. Thrown immediately into a major international case, she is also picked by the Home Office to look into the origin of a strange painting found in Tregynon, in Wales, hidden away in the home of a recently-deceased judge.
The Falmouth Model
Detective Sergeant Catrin Sayer is asked to help with a cybercrime issue, to trace the ‘hacker’ who prepared a bizarre image of a student at Falmouth University in Cornwall and placed it on her Facebook page. As a second image of the young woman is hacked into the website of the Tate Gallery, Sayer is drawn further into the strange case.