‘Artful Designs’ by Sharon Bill is available from Amazon UK in eBook £1.99 and paperback £7.99. In the video below you will see a time-lapse of the art and the back page ‘blurb’ about the second Beth Williams Cozy Mystery set in Cheshire, England
‘Artful Designs’ is Sharon Bill’s second Cozy Mystery novel – the follow up to the 5 star reviewed ‘Fête Fatale’ from 2017 – and is available from Amazon.co.uk on Kindle ebook £1.99 (and Kindle Unlimited) and paperback £7.99.
In this second Beth Williams cosy mystery Beth and her DCI twin Brother Benedict get drawn in to the theft of a John Constable watercolour from the Whitworth Art Gallery that is compounded with a murder or two!.. And Beth’s husband Drew is implicated in the sordid affair!
Below is the Full finished cover of Sharon Bill’s debut murder mystery novel ‘Fête Fatale’. The original art is a watercolour on Bristol board. Full time-lapse is on my Youtube channel and in a previous blog post (go back two posts).
The book is available in Paperback and eBook from Amazon and can be read on Kindle Unlimited;
Fête Fatale by Sharon Bill – Watercolour cover art by Billy for Sharon’s debut cosy mystery novel.
Here is the ‘blurb’ synopsis from Fête Fatale;
“A summer fête in rural Cheshire, organised by the Women’s Institute of Mossleigh, holds the promise of an idyllic day out in the best British tradition. Everyone is enjoying the festivities until a beloved neighbour is found dead among the bins and refuse of the village hall which saddens the holiday mood. However, it is only when Beth Williams and her twin brother Detective Chief Inspector Benedict James join forces that it becomes evident that all isn’t as innocent as it at first seemed.
Beth is a piano tutor and a member of the local WI. As such she has her finger on the pulse of the undercurrents of the village and is ideally placed to find all of the seemingly inconsequential domestic details which could give her brother the insight he needs. Together, if they each pool their own particular fields of expertise, they’re bound to get to the bottom of the business. Sordid crime might prevail amid the pastries and preserves for a time but, in the end, the culprit will get their just desserts.”
Fête Fatale by Sharon Bill is the first cosy mystery novel in ‘The Beth Williams Mysteries Series’.
Here is a time-lapse of my watercolour art showing the Royal Welch Fusiliers in battle raising the Flag Standard ‘Colours’ to rally troops and raise morale in the heat of the fight.All to the stirring tune of the 1812 Overture.
and is part of their display used in banners within the Royal Welch Fusiliers Regimental Museum for visitors to view as they travel through the collection. Other paintings were produced for the RWF Regimental Museum and future time-lapses will be added.