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Summary Shadows at the Spring Show Antiue Print #4

She's the Spring Show Antiue MOBI #224 an antiue print dealer a college the Spring Kindle #212 professor and nowa parent Maggie Summer is considering adopting a child from the New Jersey agency Our World Our Children and she has happily agreed to stage a benefit antiues show o This book shows insight into the thinking processes of some multi racial children in the foster care and adoption systemThe author has first hand experiences with these situations and handles it well without undue dwelling on the negative aspects of foster care adoption multi racial children and the often odd placement and thinking by social services and the legal maneuvers Usually the victims are the children

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Shadows at the Spring Show Antiue Print #4

Is the at the Spring Show Antiue Epubfirst victim and then Maggie begins at the Spring MOBI #9734 receiving threats With the crowded benefit set to open and hundreds of innocent lives at stake Maggie races to preserve the future with a clue hidden in her prints from the past Not bad a good uick read There were a couple of editing problems I found distracting It is stated several times in the book that Maggie is just about to turn 39 though the characterization seems older to me then it says she was widowed at 38 that she s been seeing Will for about a year and that she has been a widow for 17 months Doesn t add up Also at one point it says she s looking forward to not seeing her friend Gussie She was actually looking forward to seeing Gussie Little things I know but they bother me Other than those two things I liked the book This is the second of these Shadows books I have read and I enjoy the antiue print angle

Lea Wait à 6 Characters

N their behalf With her dealer Shadows at PDFEPUBfriends her college and her lover Will Brewer all donating their time and support everything is falling into place But someone is harboring a vicious grudge against Our World Our Children The adoptive mother of thirteen children The previous book Shadows on the Ivy had a lot of slightly out of place lectures on prints in American history and culture This book serves up a dose of the realities of adoption particularly adopting older children and children of different andor mixed races or ethnicities But in this case it fit much better into the overall plot Maggie managed to get herself an antiue show organizing gig as a fund raiser for a local adoption agency As the show nears the suspense and mystery ratchets upI felt that this was a well written mystery It didn t have as many blatant red herrings as some of her earlier works Although I must admit there was some clue early on that tipped me off to the eventual culprit but there wasn t an abundance of blatant support for my suspicions so the mystery kept my attention to the end


10 thoughts on “Shadows at the Spring Show Antiue Print #4

  1. says:

    When you pick up Shadows at the Spring Show by Lea Wait please be advised you will want to clear your immediate schedule Once you pick up this fourth book in her Antiue Print Mystery series you are not going to want to put it down If you have read the previous books in this series you cannot help but be a fan of Maggie Summer If you haven't read them and are picking up this book first you are going to fall in love with her and put the previ

  2. says:

    This book shows insight into the thinking processes of some multi racial children in the foster care and adoption systemThe author has first hand experiences with these situations and handles it well without undue

  3. says:

    Maggie Summer is a professor at a community college and also an antiue print dealer Maggie is single but is considering adopting a child and is involved in a New Jersey Agency Our World Our Children Children up for adoption are mostly mixed race or from another country Maggie is organizing a big fund raiser for the organization and putting on an antiue show There seems to be some opposition to this event and the agency receives th

  4. says:

    This is the 4th book in the series Maggie has offered to put on an antiues show in support of a local adoption

  5. says:

    I have read some of the author's other Shadow books before I like the one set in Maine better although I can't really think of why I enjoy th

  6. says:

    The previous book Shadows on the Ivy had a lot of slightly out of place lectures on prints in American history and culture This book serves up a dose of the realities of adoption particularly adopting older children and children of different andor mixed races or ethnicities But in this case it fit much better into the overall plot Maggie man

  7. says:

    The previous book had a lot of slightly out of place lectures on prints in American history and culture This book serves up a dose of the realities of adoption particularly adopting older children and children of different andor mixed

  8. says:

    Not bad a good uick read There were a couple of editing problems I found distracting It is stated several times in the book that Maggie is just about to turn 39 though the characterization seems older to me then it says she was widowed at 38 that she's been seeing Will for about a year and that she has been a widow for 17 months Doesn't add up Also at one point it says she's looking forward to not seeing her friend Gussie She wa

  9. says:

    Always a delight to discover a new talented author but to discover she is a write of mysteries is indeed a pleasure Lea Wait an experienced antiue collector has written a series this is #4 involving Maggie Summer an antiue print collector and dealer and American studies professor In addition to intelligent writing interesting characters the themes in this case adoption reflect the author’s extensive research knowledge and experience and

  10. says:

    This is 4th in the Maggie Summers series but my first It was OK but somewhat cumbersome The characters didn't al