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[[ Read Epub ]] ⛅ The Gauguin Connection ⚢ ASIN Moved From Less Recent Edition HereMurdered Artists Masterful Forgeries Art Crime At Its WorstA Straightforward Murder Investigation Quickly Turns Into A Quagmire Of Stolen Eurocorps Weapons, A Money Laundering Charity, Forged Art And High Ranking EU Officials Abusing Their PowerAs An Insurance Investigator And World Renowned Expert In Nonverbal Communication, Dr Genevieve Lenard Faces The Daily Challenge Of Living A Successful, Independent Life Particularly Because She Has To Deal With Her High Functioning Autism Nothing Not Her Studies, Her High IQ Or Her Astounding Analytical Skills Prepared Her For The Changes About To Take Place In Her LifeIt Started As A Favour To Help Her Boss Acerbic Friend Look Into The Murder Of A Young Artist, But Soon It Proves To Be Far Complex Forced Out Of Her Predictable Routines, Safe Environment And Limited Social Interaction, Genevieve Is Thrown Into Exploring The Meaning Of Friendship, Expanding Her Social Definitions, And For The First Time In Her Life Be Part Of A Team In A Race To Stop Artists From Being Murdered I loved the characters Genevieve is different from all the characters we normally find in mysteries thrillers crime novels It was well written, easy to read, difficult to put down Loads of conflict to keep the pace tight Complex storyline, but easy to follow I did not get confused even though there were a lot of factors involved in the murder of that young student The secondary characters were great Colin, Vinnie and Manny were so clearly depicted that I know exactly what they look like I hope that Ms Ryan will write a follow up book and that we will learnabout Francine she sounded very interesting All in all I really recommend this book You won t go wrong with this one 4,75 stars English Ebook Quote from the book I was genuinely glad that I had confidents in Philip the day my handbag had fallen of the chair, spelling its contents The emmbarrasment of that I was facing right now I heard a rustle in my handbag and then the magical empty music staff paper appeared in front of me Here s a pencil aswell Manny and I will give you a moment WoW what a lead character and so well put into the story that you all ready know what here reaction to situations and people will be A story that has a bigginging, middle and end A story that not only builds up the story line but also build up the chararecters and the inter action between them. You can read other reviews to get a sense of what is good about the book a unique main character and perspective, complex story, etc I wanted to mention the things which I didn t like about it.The first is a minor one Genevieve claims to have had sex before, but since she makes such a big deal about Colin being the first person whom she doesn t mind breaking her 50cm distance rule, this seemed very improbable.The second ismajor, but not deal breaking at the end of the book, Genevieve acts completely out of character by trying to turn into a super spy and chase the bad guy down herself At this point the book fell into the large cliche of dumb girl lets curiosity get the best of her and must be rescued by her love interest It was a bit of a let down given that the rest of the story wasn t so cliche ridden and that Genevieve had been so careful and cautious before.The third issue accounts for one missing star itself Genevieve thinks and speaks of men as if they re an alien species Not only did I find her repeated comments about alpha male posturing and the like a bit sexist after all, wouldn t a female cop and con woman have similarly angry reactions to having to work together , but it seemed out of character as well Genevieve is supposed to be the well studied objective genius It seems awfully simplistic to assume every time a man gets angry, it s because of testosterone and manifestations of animalistic group behaviors There are not very many other female characters in the story, but I somehow doubt she d attribute everything they do to estrogen and a need to nurture. Rating 3.5 of fiveThe Publisher Says Murdered artists Masterful forgeries.Art crime at its worst.A straightforward murder investigation quickly turns into a quagmire of stolen Eurocorps weapons, a money laundering charity, forged art and high ranking EU officials abusing their power.As an insurance investigator and world renowned expert in nonverbal communication, Dr Genevieve Lenard faces the daily challenge of living a successful, independent life Particularly because she has to deal with her high functioning Autism Nothing not her studies, her high IQ or her astounding analytical skills prepared her for the changes about to take place in her life.It started as a favour to help her boss acerbic friend look into the murder of a young artist, but soon it proves to be farcomplex Forced out of her predictable routines, safe environment and limited social interaction, Genevieve is thrown into exploring the meaning of friendship, expanding her social definitions, and for the first time in her life be part of a team in a race to stopartists from being murdered.My Review The Doubleday UK meme, a book a day for July 2014, is the goad I m using to get through my snit based unwritten reviews Today s prompt is to discuss a beach read, a novel perfect for an afternoon under a beach umbrella sipping drinks with silly names brought by hotties clad in as few clothes as local law allows.Ahem Well Isn t that how everyone spends a day at the beach The Gauguin Connection has many sterling qualities, like a wonderful main character, and a completely beguiling cast of supporting characters I convinced my Gentleman Caller to read this by saying he reminded me of Vinnie To my relief, he found that touching and endearing, worth reading a stupid mystery novel for What makes this such a good beach read is simply that The interplay of the characters Dr Lenard isn t consistently drawn, the art crime plot seems very slapdash to me, and so on and so on All those quibbles aside, I loved these characters and wanted to sit quietly in the room while they did what they do Which is mostly sit around computers in different rooms and bicker amusingly.I mean to tell you, though, if savoring the interplay of high level snark with pomposity, the collision of wit with literal mindedness, doesn t sound compelling to you, horseman, pass on I found it deeply funny at times, and snortingly amusing all the time So download it onto your Kindle for free, put the Kindle in a quart sized Ziploc, seal it, and head for the sand Tip the hottie well, and in advance, for the best drinks service Relax into bliss with the wacky crew of Strasbourg based art crime solvers This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.