Mary Kane of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, retired from Mary’s Memories, and her friend Evelyn Saunders have published an e-book, Colorblind in Philadelphia.
The plot revolves around the theft of a rare alexandrite ring from a booth in an antiques show held in a posh center city hotel. Alexandrite exhibits a change of color under different light sources. That characteristic, as well as the actions of a few greedy people and a color-blind man, complicate the journey the antiques dealer takes in her attempts to recover the stolen gemstone.
Colorblind in Philadelphia is available on Sony, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Kobo, Apple, Diesel, and Baker & Taylor.
Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Maine Antique Digest. © 2013 Maine Antique Digest