The face on the wall: Homer Kelly Series, Book 13
|Grouped Work ID||e44ba95e-0ccc-6a6e-db20-bd4154df568a|
|Grouping Title||face on the wall|
|Grouping Author||langton jane|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-12-04 22:45:06PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-04 23:44:17PM|
|author||Langton, Jane, 1922-|
|detailed_location_catalog||Main Library - Adult Fiction|
Scholar/sleuth Homer Kelly comes to the aid of his artist niece, who's implicated in a death, in this "taut, suspenseful, and absorbing" whodunit (Kirkus Reviews).
Life has not always been fair to Annie Swann. A bad marriage sullied her youth, but since her divorce she has made enough money illustrating children's books to add a wing to her house. The new addition's focal point will be a thirty-five-foot blank wall, where Annie plans an elaborate mural of the fairy tale characters who pay her bills. But as she paints, mysterious markings appear on the mural: first splotches, then a woman's face, ringed with blond hair and covered in blood.
It seems to point to the disappearance of Pearl Small, a Harvard student who took classes from Annie's aunt Mary. As Mary and her husband, professor and ex-cop Homer Kelly, look for Pearl, Annie continues painting, unaware that with each brushstroke, she marks her wall with another layer of evil.
|owning_library_catalog||Nashville Public Library|
|series||Homer Kelly mysteries|
|series_with_volume||Homer Kelly mysteries|13|
|subject_facet||Kelly, Homer (Fictitious character) -- Fiction|
|title_display||The face on the wall|
Face on the Wall Homer Kelly Series, Book 13
The face on the wall / Jane Langton
|title_short||The face on the wall|
|title_sub||Homer Kelly Series, Book 13|
Kelly, Homer (Fictitious character)