If art can capture a soul, what happens when one of those souls escapes?

When art appraiser Anita Cassatt is sent to catalogue the extensive collection of reclusive artist Leo Kubin, it isn’t only the chilly atmosphere of the secluded house making her shiver.

Upon entering the house, Anita stands before a silent audience of portraits clustered on every wall. Every painted eye is watching her, including those of the unfinished portrait on the artist’s easel. A portrait with an eerie familiarity.

Kubin’s lawyer didn’t share the detailed instructions regarding the handling of the art, and Anita and her team start work in ignorance of the very instructions designed to keep them safe.

Disturbed, a man eases himself out of his portrait and stretches. Free at last from the confines of his canvas, he has no intention of ever returning. He has a painting to finish… 

Author

Kirsten McKenzie

A former Customs Officer, Kirsten McKenzie fought international crime for several years before leaving to help run the family antique shop. Ten years of surrounding herself with beautiful old things resulted in the publication of her first novel and her evolvement into a full time author.

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Review Painted, Kirsten McKenzie
Karen Chisholm
Monday, March 18, 2019
Blog #amreading Painted, Kirsten McKenzie
Karen Chisholm
Monday, March 26, 2018
ISBN
9780473398439
Year of Publication
Review Painted, Kirsten McKenzie
Karen Chisholm
Monday, March 18, 2019
Blog #amreading Painted, Kirsten McKenzie
Karen Chisholm
Monday, March 26, 2018

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