About the Book
The Victorian buildings loom forbidding. Their long corridors are strange, to be sure. But why are bodies piling up in this innocent university art museum/asylum?
The tortured corridors of the museum are nothing compared to the strange art and artists who inhabit this world.
Two blundering women become wrapped up in a series of murders occurring in a local art museum, formerly a hospital for the mentally ill.
About the Author
Joyce Richardson writes in Athens, Ohio, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains where she lives with her husband, Phil, a retired university professor, and current fiction writer.
Joyce enjoys traveling, painting, and writing. She is a retired English and drama teacher who received her MA in creative writing from Ohio University. She is currently a docent and volunteer in an art museum housed in a former mental hospital.
In addition to several short pieces that have appeared in print and online, Joyce is the author of three chapbooks of poetry: The Reader, Sailing without a Sail, and Delia’s Gone. Her schoolteacher novel, On Sunday Creek, is currently in bookstores.