The Art of Vanishing
by Cynthia Kuhn
Cynthia didn’t disappoint with this fabulous second book…her books are smooth like a really good cup of tea, not bitter, not sweet, just right.
I was on the edge of my seat in this fast-paced read. The author keeps you captivated until the last page.
~Shelley’s Book Case
The author has a talent for creating a story that is serious yet have an undertone of light and fun to allow the reader to enjoy the story.
~Rainy Day Reviews
The characters are well written. One of the things that I loved was that I had to think about the different clues and how things fit together.
~Reflecting on Days Gone By
This is a quick read, with a little bit of mystery and a good description of how is the life at the university. We will discover a few good friends, a very curious mother and a little bit of love!
The actual mystery was quite a shock when all was revealed. I never expected it to turn out the way it did and for some people to reveal their true intentions.
The Art of Vanishing (A Lila Maclean Academic Mystery)
Publisher: Henery Press (February 28, 2017)
Paperback: 262 pages
Kindle – ASIN: B01NBHR7Y6
When Professor Lila Maclean is sent to interview celebrated author and notorious cad Damon Von Tussel, he disappears before her very eyes. The English department is thrown into chaos by the news, as Damon is supposed to headline Stonedale University’s upcoming Arts Week.
The chancellor makes it clear that he expects Lila to locate the writer and set events back on track immediately. But someone appears to have a different plan: strange warnings are received, valuable items go missing, and a series of dangerous incidents threaten the lives of Stonedale’s guests. After her beloved mother, who happens to be Damon’s ex, rushes onto campus and into harm’s way, Lila has even more reason to bring the culprit to light before anything—or anyone—else vanishes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Cynthia Kuhn writes the Lila Maclean academic mystery series. Her work has appeared in McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Literary Mama, Copper Nickel, Prick of the Spindle, Mama PhD and other publications. She teaches English at Metropolitan State University of Denver and serves as president of Sisters in Crime-Colorado. Visit her at cynthiakuhn.net or @cynthiakuhn.
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