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Eakins' Mistress (Jamie Ramsgill Mystery #3)

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Jamie Ramsgill has decided to leave his teaching post, return home to Philadelphia, and take a job with his old friend David Laycutt, the internationally acclaimed architect. But his friend disappears before Ramsgill starts work, taking a substantial portion of his firm's assets with him. The only clue to his whereabouts is an empty envelope from Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, ...more
Hardcover, 169 pages
Published May 1st 1997 by St. Martin's Press (first published 1997)
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If you can accept the premise that a man can abandon all his responsibilities and every thing he has ever worked for with out a moments thought and has no problem with letting everyone in his life down that he cares for from a little to a lot at the drop of a hat , if you can understand that and get past that the book can be enjoyed. I had a problem with it.
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James Bradberry is an award-winning architect and author. A former Fulbright Fellow and Lusk
Scholar, he studied architecture and architectural history at Penn and Cambridge, and later taught at a half dozen architecture schools in the US and Canada. His mystery novels, The Seventh Sacrament, Ruins of Civility, and Eakins’ Mistress, were published in US by St. Martin’s Press, and received critical
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