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No Trace by Barry Maitland
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Jan 28, 2012

bookshelves: fiction, mystery

When contemporary artist Gabriel Rudd's young daughter, Tracey, goes missing from their London home, police suspect it might be the work of a serial killer. Soon the detective team of David Brock and Kathy Kolla find clues connected to Rudd and his bohemian neighborhood of artists and dealers. Could Rudd have exploited his daughter's disappearance to promote his own career? This most satisfying mystery is wonderfully atmospheric, with a scathing, very convincing send-up of the contemporary art scene, a devilishly intricate plot, memorably creepy characters, and an engaging investigative team. (Susan R., Reader's Services)

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