Stealing Savannah

Stealing Savannah


Title:Stealing Savannah
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:266 pages

Steal a painting, kill the artist, sell for millions...

When plucky Troy Clint Bodean returns home from his day job scooting tourists around on the Savannah River, he finds his roommate, Tayler Evan, hanging from the rafters. Oops! But Tayler, hot new artist student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, has everything going for him. He's in all the up-and-coming artist buzz blogs and his painting is featured in all the "you need to buy this" art journals.

And then his painting he called Savannah Smiling disappears, stolen from its home at the Jepson Museum. Someone is looking to push the value of the painting into the stratosphere by having its artist turn up... dead.
Suspects (zany in true Troy fashion) begin popping up all over and before long, the pieces start to click together for Troy.

Whodunit? That's for Troy... and you... to find out.

Readers of Carl Hiaasen, Randy Wayne White, and Tim Dorsey will love the island feel and snappy fun of Hat Check.
Books in the Troy Bodean Adventure Series Include:
Back Roads - A Troy Bodean Short Story Collection
Hat Check
Ocean Blue
Blight House
Stealing Savannah

    Stealing Savannah Reviews

  • Steve

    Good seriesThis one was a little different than the others ,I had no idea who the bad guy was and there was a nice twist at the end after it was revealed who the bad guy actually was. I can't say anym...

  • Sally Herman

    Not for me.Read the earlier 2 books in this series and they were ok. This book I read a little past the crude references to Cass Elliot and decided I wasn't interested enough to go on. Pretty low to m...

  • Roger

    Good book with fine characters for murder. Retitled to Dark Wave, as advised by email from author. Thanks for the update....

  • John Scheibelhut

    The best Troy Bodean book to date.The story was good and the plot was different because there was a twist that I didn't see coming. Very nice....

  • Chaplain Stanleigh Chapin

    Elementry school writingThe diction was definitly elementry school, The story was midling, charicterzation, intrigue and intensity, should all had more thought along with editing.....