Portrait of Conspiracy

Rated 4.44/5 based on 9 reviews
What happens in Paris does not stay in Paris. A police detective places her career at risk, when she decides to help a wealthy man search for a woman who has been missing for seven years. Philip Lewellan discovers a mysterious painting. He’s sure it’s proof his missing wife is alive. More
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About J. M. Davis

Jim Davis is the author of Portrait of Conspiracy, Tough As They Come, A Woman To Die For, Murder and Mayham, The Ghost of Leonard Korn, The Durley Incident, No Tears For Jack, Prom Friday, The Storekeeper, and The Last Violin.

Over a period of two decades, he traveled to twenty foreign countries and made the first cellular telephone call in the country of Russia. In 1988, he thought he'd found Elvis alive on the Island of Tortola. Awakened from a dream, he learned an Elvis Impersonator had begun singing in the bar located directly beneath his second floor room.

Jim lives with his wife in the Boston Mountains. He writes mystery/suspense novels, novellas, and short stories.

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Graham Wilson reviewed on Aug. 2, 2016

Good book - well worth reading. I will now have a look at other things this author has written
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Stan Adelman reviewed on May 24, 2015

Excellent! Great mystery with lots of twists & turns. Really believable behavior of the characters. I really cared about what happened to them.
(reviewed 78 days after purchase)
emr619 reviewed on Dec. 3, 2014

I enjoyed the story for the most part except for the ending which leaves some unanswered questions and I didn't buy the romance. There were some editing mistakes but these didn't bother me too much.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Angie Nicks reviewed on Aug. 27, 2013

SUPER READ, one if the best I have enjoyed yet!
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Kenneth Joel Teicher reviewed on Aug. 21, 2013

Unlike a few other people, I was not turned off by the few formatting and editing issues.

I found this story to be a fast reading page turner. Half-way through I felt like a detective, attempting to unravel the mystery before the author revealed it. Although at the beginning of the story a number of seemingly unrelated characters are introduced, the author quickly ties them into a very neat package.

I thoroughly enjoyed Davis's story and plan to read more of his work.
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Peter Barns reviewed on Aug. 13, 2013

Afraid I have to agree with Nora Lee regarding the editing of this work. However, if you can get passed this shortcoming it is rather a good novel.
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Nora Lee reviewed on Aug. 11, 2013

The editing in this story is terrible. There are no spaces between scenes, words are misused and it's difficult to tell which character is speaking. The plot could be good but the delivery is poor.
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Lora Mitchell reviewed on Aug. 1, 2013

What a wonderful read. An absolute page turner. Could not put it down. The surprise twist at the end will not let you down. Fell in love with the lead character. Does he actually exist? If so, I want to meet him. Well done, Jim.
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Samantha February reviewed on July 31, 2013

Wow! What an awesome read. This book has be gripped from page one. Thank you for such a wonderfully written book.
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C C reviewed on July 27, 2013
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Great book!! Exciting.
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