Vanishing Point by Vanessa Robertson@Ness_Robertson @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours

I’m pleased to be taking part in the one day blitz to support Vanishing Point by Vanessa Robertson. This book introduces art crime investigator, Kate Carpenter, with the first full-length book in the series, Don’t Blink, out soon. Since Vanishing Point is a novella, it’s perfect if you are finding it difficult to concentrate on full length novels right now. You can order a copy online here: Vanishing Point. If you sign up to Vanessa’s newsletter, you will receive a special gift. You can sign up here: newsletter sign-up

So what’s the book about?

A stolen painting.

A high stakes recovery operation.

A game of nerve.

Art advisor Kate Carpenter has an off-the-books sideline in art recovery, dealing with thieves and gangsters to reunite valuable artworks with their owners. But this time she’s taking it up a notch. Only a day after her ex-boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her, she’s off to Belarus on the trail of a priceless van Gogh with a posse of ex-soldiers riding shotgun. Right now, the buzz of securing the return of that painting is just what she needs.           

About the Author

Midlander by birth, Scot by choice, Vanessa Robertson won Pitch Perfect at the Bloody Scotland Crime Writing Festival in 2015. Death Will Find Me, a crime novel set in 1920s Edinburgh featuring former spy, Tessa Kilpatrick is her first novel. Later in 2019, Vanessa will be launching a series of thrillers set in the world of high stakes art crime, and the second Tessa Kilpatrick book will be published in early 2020.

Vanessa lives in a cottage in the middle of a Scottish wood with her family and unfeasibly large dog. She enjoys wild beaches, Venetian cafes and wandering around art galleries. She dislikes celery, cheap notebooks and writing about herself in the third person.


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