PORTRAIT OF CONSPIRACY

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Philip Lewellan discovers a mysterious painting. He’s sure it’s proof his missing wife is alive … and may be living somewhere with a child, his daughter. The thought of being a father is more than enough to get Philip to turn to the one person who might believe him.

Sandra Copeland, the original detective assigned to the missing-persons case, chased far too many bogus leads, after Philip—against her advice—offered a million dollar reward. Legitimate private investigators quit taking Philip’s money. Nothing could be found, or any evidence to indicate Renée might be alive. Copeland is not about to reopen an inactive seven-year-old missing-persons case based on what could only be another bogus lead. That is, until she sees a photo of the oil painting Philip has found in a New York art gallery. Their investigation unearths a staggering conspiracy impossible to believe, or to ignore.

Not just another missing wife story, this gripping tale mixes elements of mystery, romance, and danger, bringing a thrilling new twist to an old tale of greed and vice.

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About jmdavisauthor

Author of mystery/ suspense novels, Novellas, and short stories.
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7 Responses to PORTRAIT OF CONSPIRACY

  1. kenteicher says:

    Hi Jack, I just downloaded a copy of your new book and am looking forward to reading it.

  2. Thank you so much, Ken.

  3. I just read your book Portrait of Conspiracy. I loved it. I started reading and could not put it down until I read it all. Thank you for sharing your E-books. Wilma

  4. Thanks for your positive comments, Wilma. I am currently writing the sequel, which I hope to release early next year.

  5. jane says:

    I really enjoyed your book. I am not great with anagrams. What does the p.s. to angela mean? (note with wine bottle)

    • Jane, thank you for reading Portrait of Conspiracy. I am so glad you enjoyed the story. I appreciate your comment and question. The anagram you are referring to is extremely difficult to solve due to the thousands of possible solutions. All of them are meaningless except for one: I HOPE YOU LIKE THE CAR.

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