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The Killing Art (Kate McKinnon, #3) by Jonathan Santlofer
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Return to Book Page. History and fiction collide with deadly consequences in the third Kate McKinnon novel—a story of bitter revenge, where the past invades the present and a decades-old secret proves fatal Kate McKinnon has lived many lives, from Queens cop to Manhattan socialite, television art historian, and the woman who helped the NYPD capture the Death Artist and the Color Blind killer.
B History and fiction collide with deadly consequences in the third Kate McKinnon novel—a story of bitter mata, where the past invades the present and a decades-old secret proves fatal Kate McKinnon has lived many lives, from Queens cop to Manhattan socialite, television art historian, and the woman who helped the NYPD capture the Death Artist and the Color Blind killer.
But that’s the past. Now, devastated by the death of her husband, Kate is attempting to quietly rebuild her life as a single woman. santloferr
Gone are the Park Avenue penthouse and mayar clothes. Now it’s a funky Chelsea loft, downtown fashion, and even a hip new haircut as Kate plunges back into her work—writing a book about America’s most celebrated artistic era, the New York School sanflofer the s and ’50s, a circle that included Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko.
But when a lunatic starts slashing the very matwr she is writing about—along with their owners—Kate is once again tapped by the NYPD. As she deciphers the evidence—cryptic images that reveal both the paintings and the people who will be the next targets—Kate is drawn into a world where art and art history provide lethal clues.
The Killing Art is Jonathan Santlofer’s most gripping and chilling story yet, but that isn’t the only reason the novel is remarkable. The author, who is also an acclaimed arre, has created le of art just for the book that tantalize and challenge readers by using well-known symbols in innovative ways, allowing them to decode the clues along with Kate. A masterwork of both suspense fiction and art, The Killing Art will impress both thriller readers and art fans as the plot twists and turns toward a shocking climax.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 15, Jyotsna rated it liked it. How art schools seem to just happen, how an art circle works, what is a actually and artist’s style, etcetera.
I learnt a lot regarding the World of Art through this book. The plot is intriguing 2. I really don’t know much about the art school in New York, but this book has made me curious about the same. Predictable Conc Actual Rating: A light read in the Mystery and Crime genre May 27, Linda Branham Greenwell rated it it was amazing.
Santlofer does it again, with this chilling third installment to his Death Artist series. Kate is recovering from the death of her husband Richard, re-shaping her life from the life of luxury they shared. Their paintings are being slashed–in a museum, a law office, and in homes.
One of her fiends has a Franz Kline that is slashed in his home, and is killed when he surprises the vandal. Then the murders begin Jonathan Santlofer has created some fascinating drawings that are the clues in the case, and are reproduced here. His thorough research into the history of these painters is as evident as is his talent for meshing historic characters with fictional artists.
I have now read all of his books. This was the last book in the Kate McKinnon series – and there were only 2 books in the Nate Rodriguez series. I truly hope he writes more. The stories are great – and his drawings add a very unique dimension to them.
Mar 15, Steve rated it it was amazing. The Killing Art is one of those books that you just can’t put down. It’s a great murder mystery with plenty of action, twists, and turns that keep you guessing until the very end. When a painting that she donated to a museum is destroyed by an unknown attacker, she gets involved in the case.
As the trend continues, several more paintings are destroyed, and the attacks turn deadly as the attacker beg The Killing Art is one of those books that you just can’t put down. As the trend continues, several more paintings are destroyed, and the attacks turn deadly as the attacker begins murdering the owners and others associated with the paintings. With a writing style that doesn’t feel the least bit forced, an incredible web of mystery filled with a variety of good and bad characters, and a creepy set of circumstances, this book is one of the best thrillers I’ve read.
For those who like a good thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the last page, this book is for you. Un libro para amantes del arte en New York. A lo mejor no e Un libro para amantes del arte en New York. Jun 25, Writerlibrarian rated it really liked it Shelves: This was my post New York book.
Kate McKinnon gets tangled in the investigation of a serial slasher of modern art. Not any modern art. New York school artists artworks are targeted. De Kooning, Pollock, etc. Set in the New York art scene, this whodunit is fun and full of wonderful clues and you discover the history of the New York school artists at the same time. Made me go and order a book on the period.
Then again, I enjoy modern art. I sat in front of this de Kooning at the Guggenheim and just let my mind go wandering Apr 24, Jenny Reading Envy rated it really liked it Shelves: I picked this up as a galley at ALA back in I guess the author is more known as an artist. The characters were interesting and I loved the unique art throughout the book.
I might try reading his other two mysteries, that also feature the character of Kate. Jan 30, Noelia rated it really liked it. Es el primer libro que leo del genero policial y me gusto mucho.
El autor supo manejar el misterio y nuestro “rajador” de sobremanera haciendo que en cada capitulo al lector se le creen mas preguntas! Mar 07, mim rated it liked it. This was one of my quick read, vacation type books.
I liked the art world connections, and had recently seen the photograph of the s artists mentioned in the book.
I’ll start another, maybe the first one he wrote, since Santloefr read this out of order. Not that it seemed to matter. Jul 14, Huntress Ayin rated it it was amazing Recommended to Huntress by: If you’re a fan of thrillers and suspense novels, you shouldn’t miss that book.
The Killing Art
The Killing Art is full of twist and turns that will eventually tickle your mind. If you wanted to be a secret agent, Kate’s deciphering skills might help you out.
Policial com pistas em obras de arte, original e interessante! The artworks are the clues in the mystery and reproductions are provided for the reader!
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Jonathan Santlofer is the author of dw novels and a highly respected artist whose work has been written about and reviewed in the New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, and Arts, and appears in many public, private, and corporate collections. He serves on the board of Yaddo, one of the oldest ell communities in the country. Santlofer lives and works in New York City.