(MMB 6) The emerald tide

Title (MMB 6) The emerald tide
Names Bunn, Davis.
Book Number DB116579
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Books
Annotation "Just when he thought he'd buried his past and was moving on . . . Four years after his wife's death, art history teacher Derek Gaines has finally made a kind of peace with himself. He tries his best to stave off memories. His days are ones of familiar routine. Guarded against further pain, he keeps relationships at a safe distance. It's all part of his necessary transition to surviving alone. If anything is truly responsible for Derek making it back from the brink it's his edifying work as a consultant for auction houses-and indulging a consuming sideline job: tracking stolen art. But Derek's latest hunt will lead him toward challenges both professional and personal-that he's not prepared to face . . .He discovered the art of falling in love again . . . Joining Derek on his quest is Kelly Reid, the new junior vice president of gallery operations at Christies Los Angeles. She is driven, ambitious, fiercely passionate about her work-and a fellow wounded kindred spirit. Bitterly immune to men's promises, she's never letting herself be vulnerable again. Yet even as trust and affection remain frightening territory, a tenuous start to her partnership with Derek slowly builds toward something more. And soon, both will be tested beyond anything they could have imagined-in the deepening mystery of a lost painting, and in matters of the heart, which can be the greatest mystery of all." -- Provided by publisher. -- Unrated. Commercial audiobook.
Narrator Winton, Graham.
Series Miramar Bay/Bunn, T. Davis - 6
Local Subject Mystery & Detective - MYS
Mystery-American - MAM
The Arts and Architecture - ART
Suspense - SUS
Sequel - SEQ
Exclusion - Male Narrator - MN
Exclusion - Short Book - SH
Current Talking Book Topics - TBT
LC Subject Teachers - Fiction
Widowers - Fiction
Art thefts - Fiction
California - Fiction
Call Number 813.54 AFI
Language English
Original Publication Reissue of: 2022 2022 9781705052778
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