Danger finds museum director Julie Williamson once again when an annual convention of historical society directors puts her in the path of a troubled colleague. Precious artifacts are missing and landing in the hands of unscrupulous dealers to the south. Williamson immediately senses foul play. When the colleague mysteriously winds up dead, and more thefts occur, Ryland’s favorite puzzle-solving amateur detective can’t resist setting a trap. In his third Julie Williamson mystery, Andrews brings back a beloved cast of characters to help Williamson chase down the confounding clues. An historical whodunit and why, set against a backdrop of several locales around the state of Maine, Mapping Murder is sure to keep you up reading all night.
Review of Mapping Murder from The Miramichi Reader
Review of Mapping Murder by George Smith
BUSHNELL ON BOOKS: ‘City Fish, Country Fish’ and ‘Mapping Murder’