Woman on Fire by Lisa Barr makes it’s way around arty places thanks to book fairies

“The burnt orange color peeks out from the box spring slats, as though imprisoned. A woman trapped behind bars.”

The Book Fairies have been celebrating the release of Woman on Fire by Lisa Barr! We made release day even more exciting by hiding copies all around the UK.

About the book:

After talking her way into a job with Dan Mansfield, the leading investigative reporter in Chicago, rising young journalist Jules Roth is given an unusual–and very secret–assignment. Dan needs her to locate a painting stolen by the Nazis more than 75 years earlier: legendary Expressionist artist Ernst Engel’s most famous work, Woman on Fire. World-renowned shoe designer Ellis Baum wants this portrait of a beautiful, mysterious woman for deeply personal reasons, and has enlisted Dan’s help to find it. But Jules doesn’t have much time; the famous designer is dying.

Meanwhile, in Europe, provocative and powerful Margaux de Laurent also searches for the painting. Heir to her art collector family’s millions, Margaux is a cunning gallerist who gets everything she wants. The only thing standing in her way is Jules. Yet the passionate and determined Jules has unexpected resources of her own, including Adam Baum, Ellis’s grandson. A recovering addict and brilliant artist in his own right, Adam was once in Margaux’s clutches. He knows how ruthless she is, and he’ll do anything to help Jules locate the painting before Margaux gets to it first.

Not lucky enough to find a copy?

Do not worry – this wonderful book is available in all good bookshops AND on Bookshop.org, where you can still support bookshops while shopping online 🙂

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