Wicar's Legacy: A Hunter McCoy Mystery at the Ringling Museum of Art

Wicar's Legacy: A Hunter McCoy Mystery at the Ringling Museum of Art

by Don Stratton

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Overview

A Destitute Old Man Leaves a Valuable Painting in a Gallery at the Ringling Museum of Art and Triggers a Countdown to Disaster. A cryptic note left with the painting links it to Genevieve Swift, a visiting curator from the Louvre, and her father, a professor of history at Cambridge. In Gallery 3 something unknown is eating the paint on the face of a small lion in one of the museum's sixteenth-century paintings. A young girl who touches the painting becomes deathly sick. Paintings at a new exhibit in the Searing Wing suffer a similar fate with more people falling ill. Professor Hunter McCoy, investigates the strange events and uncovers a link to a secretive and deadly group called The Legacy. As he peels away layer after layer of the Legacy's secrets, McCoy realizes that a countdown has already begun-a countdown that if unchecked could cost countless lives and ruin the Ringling Museum of Art itself.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985945947
Publisher: Tuscany Press
Publication date: 04/19/2017
Pages: 366
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

Don Stratton is a biomedical scientist born and raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He was a professor of physiology for many years at Drake University. His research on blood vessel physiology was reported in over thirty-five scientific publications and his textbook Neurophysiology was published by McGraw Hill. Don was granted an endowed chair and named Ellis and Nelle Levitt Distinguished Professor of Physiology and Biology. He now lives as professor emeritus in Venice, Florida with his wife, Pauline and dog, Gracie where he enjoys writing mystery novels.

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