A Fatal Frame of Mind by William Rabkin

By William Rabkin

The preferred tie-in novels to the us community sequence Psych whilst the Santa Barbara paintings museum unveils its most up-to-date acquisition, the long-lost masterpiece by means of Dante Gabriel Rossetti is not the merely shock at the back of the pink curtain-so is the museum's curator. useless. The case has every thing Shawn likes: it truly is strange, it is baffling, and there is a snack bar on the crime scene. however the research will get much much less enjoyable as he and Gus start to detect that the clues are best them in the direction of a centuries-old cabal wanting to cover a negative secret-and greater than keen to kill the 2 detectives who're attempting to demonstrate it.

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He’s brilliant,” Gus said. ” “That’s how the homeless guy who sits outside the Macy’s on State Street talks,” Shawn said. ” Gus redirected his attention to Kitteredge, who was preparing to launch himself back onto that sea of knowledge. “The painting’s subject, as I’m sure you know, is a scene from a poem by Rossetti’s friend and fellow member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, William Morris,” Kitteredge said. “It takes the form of a speech by the queen to the assembled knights of Camelot in which she explains and justifies her adulterous relationship with Lancelot while she—” During this speech Lassiter had been walking the perimeter of the room, minutely examining the scene.

He hadn’t asked another question since. He hadn’t had a chance. Kitteredge started off with the story of the painting’s acquisition by the museum. Before he began, he said it wouldn’t take much time, as he’d written out a brief version to deliver to the patrons at tonight’s event. And it might not have, if he’d been able to stick to a single point. But early in the proceedings he’d realized he had to clarify one tiny bit of information about the nature of the art market in nineteenth-century England before he could adequately explain how odd it was that this particular picture came to be held by a private owner without ever having been publicly exhibited.

But there had been a time when he was prepared to devote his life to the study of art history. Granted, it could only be considered a “time” in the way a grain of sand can be thought of as a boulder, but for the four or five weeks of his college career during which he intended to major in art history, Gus was completely enthralled by the subject. He was already planning a career hopping the globe, revealing minor artworks hidden under major masterpieces and discovering the true provenance of pieces never before believed to be the work of the old masters, when he took his first midterm and realized that he’d been so busy astonishing the art world in his mind he’d completely forgotten to memorize the names, dates, or painters of the several dozen works of art he was expected to identify in a slide show.

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