By William Rabkin
The preferred tie-in novels to the us community sequence Psych while the Santa Barbara artwork museum unveils its latest acquisition, the long-lost masterpiece by means of Dante Gabriel Rossetti is not the purely shock at the back of the purple curtain-so is the museum's curator. lifeless. 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 top them in the direction of a centuries-old cabal wanting to disguise a negative secret-and greater than prepared to kill the 2 detectives who're attempting to demonstrate it.
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This has class. ” “That’s a very interesting point, Mr. Spencer,” Kitteredge said. “I never made the connection, but an art museum does provide the ideal circumstance for such a discovery. For one thing, the lighting and visual presentation are designed to give the maximum dramatic mood, thus heightening the already raised emotions in the situation. And on a more prosaic level, of course, the temperature will be strictly kept between eighteen and twenty degrees Celsius, while the humidity will stay at no more than four percent, which makes the forensics so much easier to read.
His name is Kitteredge, as you well know,” Gus said. “Langston Kitteredge. And he’s not a guy; he’s a professor. ” “Turn this car around right now,” Shawn said, clutching at the door handle. “I will not,” Gus said. “We are going to meet Professor Langston Kitteredge at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. ” “Great,” Shawn said. ” “There’s a gala event tonight,” Gus said. “Professor K is the guest of honor. ” Shawn said. “Instead of watching C. ” Gus tried to keep from getting angry. After all, he had lied to Shawn.
Gus’ first thought was that the velvet curtain had slipped off its rings and puddled on the floor. It was the only thing his conscious mind could accept as a cause of the large pool of crimson that had spread across the white marble floor. But there was something else on the floor as well. It was the body of a man. And there was a sword through its heart. Gus noticed that Kitteredge seemed to barely notice the body. He was staring at the painting as if trying to suck it into his brain through his eyes.
A Fatal Frame of Mind by William Rabkin