Multiple Exposure: A Sophie Medina Novel

Ellen Crosby. Scribner, $25 (320p) ISBN 978-1-4516-5928-3
Crosby (The Sauvignon Secret and five other wine country mysteries) introduces photojournalist Sophie Medina, in this assured tale of love, loss, and secret agendas, the first in a new series. After the disappearance of her husband, Nick Canning, an undercover agent with ties to several shadowy international agencies, Sophie returns from abroad to Washington, D.C., where she takes a job photographing an exclusive exhibit of recently discovered Fabergé eggs at the National Gallery of Art. Despite trying to keep a low profile, she’s drawn into a sinister conspiracy after a Russian diplomat accosts her and demands to know Nick’s whereabouts. The discovery of a body near the George Mason Memorial raises the stakes as Sophie realizes she’s being watched by both U.S. and foreign agents who believe Nick is not only alive but responsible for several murders. Crosby offers a complex portrait of our nation’s capital, with its historic beauty and roiling underbelly of deceit and danger. Agent: Dominick Abel, Dominick Abel Literary Agency. (Aug.)
Reviewed on: 06/10/2013
Release date: 08/06/2013
Genre: Fiction
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