Book: DEATH OF AN ARTIST by David Wilsoncategories: Book, Murder, Revenge, Death, Humour, Vineyards, Aristocrats, Smuggling, Bribery, Disabled Artist, Crime, Corruption, Private Detective
David Wilsonabout this book: "Death Of An Artist" is a private detective novel written in a light hearted manner. It is about two characters who have retired from the army and find they are bored with very little adventure in their lives. Lord Bigsby suggests to Field Marshal James, his life long friend, that they start a private detective agency for the aristocracy. Lord Bigsby is a wine connoisseur while James enjoys all aspects of history. I have always enjoyed reading detective books, especially the books of Agathe Christie, and I also like to add a little humour to the books. I researched a number of places visited during their investigation to show the various interests of Bigsby and James, which I found very interesting. I wanted also to convey to the readers a compassionate side of the private detectives and the importance they both placed on a stable family life. I chose the cover because of the eyes which also portrayed a little artistic flair.
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