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Publisher's Summary

Why do a sleazy antique dealer and a wealthy collector suddenly become interested in an unknown artist named Jo Allison? Is it the mysterious goblet she used in three still-life paintings? Jo's apartment is burglarized, and she is followed and threatened. When she attempts to determine the provenance of the goblet, she discovers that it might be a priceless artifact. Thieves follow her to Chicago and to the home of a blind woman in Riverside who also owns one of the goblets. The exciting climax takes place on the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago, between the roaring lions.
©2012 Helen Macie Osterman (P)2015 Helen Macie Osterman
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By Susie Q on 12-30-15

Enjoyed this book!

I received this book in the audio version and thoroughly enjoyed it. There is a bit of violence but wasn't graphic. Great story line. Great mystery. The only thing that I thought was lacking was more in the romance department. Sure, I knew that the characters would fall in love, but I really didn't get see it. I also thought that the narrator, Lori Faiella, did a great job! I will definitely listen to more of her narrations, as well as reading more from the author, Helen Osterman.

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By Beatrice on 12-24-15

Entertaining

Marker's Mark was a realistic story with well developed ideas and a quick pace. The characters were believable and engaging. The plot was interesting and suspenseful. I liked that Jo Allison's character was independent and did not take unnecessary risks. The danger involved in the book was subtle but very real. All in all it was enjoyable reading experience that I would recommend to anyone who lie cozy mysteries.

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By Tony Bough on 01-29-16

A mystery sprinkled with art and history.

What made the experience of listening to Maker's Mark the most enjoyable?

I really liked the main character, Jo. She was engaging as s lead and I enjoyed the story. It builds in pace as it goes and ends nicely.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Jo. She manages to engage on her quest for answers in a manner that's realistic and makes a good story.

What does Lori Faiella bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

She has a lovely voice that you can easily listen too.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes. It took three so I was obviously engaged enough to come back to it.

Any additional comments?

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com

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