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The Resurrection Man (Kelling & Bittersohn, #10)
A little slower moving than some of its predecessors, but still a good read. Max is still laid up but has graduated to a cane instead of a crutch. The title refers to a restorer, Arbalest, who has set up a 'guild' of specialists in restoring paintings, broken china, etc., one of whom is Max's old friend Lydia Ouspenska. Max is curious because Aralest's patrons all seem to suffer robberies after using his services. When Aunt Anora Protheroe's maid calls Sarah in a panic, Sarah goes to the rescue and finds Anora in shock and her husband George dead with a spear through his heart. When Arbalest and several of his 'guild' members show up at George's funeral, Max and Sarah are even more intrigued. To add to the mystery, a little man in a red jogging suit keeps popping up and disappearing again. Of course Max and Sarah figure everything out in the end.
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October 10, 2017 – Started Reading
October 10, 2017 – Shelved
October 11, 2017 – Finished Reading