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A Fatal Frame of Mind by William Rabkin

By William Rabkin

The preferred tie-in novels to america community sequence Psych whilst the Santa Barbara artwork museum unveils its most up-to-date acquisition, the long-lost masterpiece via Dante Gabriel Rossetti is not the in basic terms shock in the back of the pink curtain-so is the museum's curator. lifeless. The case has every thing Shawn likes: it really is weird and wonderful, it truly is baffling, and there is a snack bar on the crime scene. however the research will get much much less enjoyable as he and Gus start to discover that the clues are prime them in the direction of a centuries-old cabal desirous to disguise a poor secret-and greater than prepared to kill the 2 detectives who're attempting to display it.

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He stepped out into the cool evening fog and crossed the curb to his waiting Echo. By the time he’d walked around to his door and slid behind the wheel, Shawn was already buckled into the passenger’s seat. Gus put the car into gear and pulled away from the curb. Chapter Two The Echo cruised down State Street. Gus glanced over at Shawn to see if he was getting suspicious. But the Bijoux Theatre, where C. Thomas Howell was being feted, was in the same direction as their real destination, and Gus figured he had another minute or two before the truth became apparent.

Shawn took the opportunity to whisper to Gus. ” Gus said. ” “He’s brilliant,” Gus said. ” “That’s how the homeless guy who sits outside the Macy’s on State Street talks,” Shawn said. ” Gus redirected his attention to Kitteredge, who was preparing to launch himself back onto that sea of knowledge. “The painting’s subject, as I’m sure you know, is a scene from a poem by Rossetti’s friend and fellow member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, William Morris,” Kitteredge said. “It takes the form of a speech by the queen to the assembled knights of Camelot in which she explains and justifies her adulterous relationship with Lancelot while she—” During this speech Lassiter had been walking the perimeter of the room, minutely examining the scene.

This is a bad crime scene and you shouldn’t be here. ” Shawn said. “No, Spencer,” Lassiter snapped. ” “Let’s see, then,” Shawn said. “I’ll make sure to bring you back a cream-filled,” Lassiter said. ” Shawn risked a quick look behind him and saw that Gus was still creeping along toward Kitteredge. He waggled his hand behind his back to urge him to hurry, then leaned in conspiratorially to the detectives. “You could do that,” Shawn said. ” As the detectives leaned in to hear what Shawn had to say, Gus slipped behind them and walked up to Kitteredge.

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