St. Petersburg, Florida: Savannah Webb carries her late father’s legacy as a talented stained glass artist with the family’s store, Webb’s Glass Shop. She is tasked to judge glass making at an arts festival, and makes the right choice for the winner.

When winner never claims her reward, it is up to Savannah to look between the cracks and uncover who would go above to win the competition.

Stained glass making is one of the most ancient art forms in history. Started by the Phoenicians, stained glass making was shaped into windows, centerpieces, faux gemstones, even currency!

The model was simple: combine pieces of glass, solder them between sheets of copper, and create gorgeous, awe-inspiring masterpieces.

Famous works include The St. Vitus Chapel Windows in the Czech Republic; and the Lycurgus Cup, a fourth century Roman cage cup with red and green splashes.

Gain Savannah’s tips and skills at stained glass making in SHARDS OF MURDER!

 

About the Book

When a glass-making competition turns deadly, glass shop owner Savannah Webb must search for a window into a criminal’s mind…

As the new proprietor of Webb’s Glass Shop, Savannah has been appointed to fill her late father’s shoes as a judge for the Spinnaker Arts Festival, held in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. With her innovative glass works, the clear winner is Megan Loyola, a student of Savannah’s former mentor.

But when Megan doesn’t show up to accept her $25,000 award, rumors start flying. And when Savannah discovers the woman’s dead body on festival grounds, the police immediately suspect her of murder. To keep from appearing before a judge herself, Savannah sorts through the broken pieces of glass scattered around the victim for clues as to who took this killer competition too far…

 

CherylHollonAbout the Author

Cheryl Hollon writes full time after she left an engineering career of designing and building military flight simulators in amazing countries such as England, Wales, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan and India. Fulfilling the dream of a lifetime, she combines her love of writing with a passion for creating glass art. In the small glass studio behind their St. Petersburg, FL, 1920’s craftsman bungalow, Cheryl and her husband design, create, and produce fused glass, stained glass and painted glass artworks.

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