Stealing with Style is a Mystery Guild Book Club Selection, and the first in a series starring the witty and charming Sterling Glass, an intrepid antiques appraiser and amateur sleuth. In her debut adventure, Sterling must foil a plot set up by a shady construction company looking to bilk the elderly out of their prized possessions. Following a trail of clues from her small Virginia town to New York City, Sterling and her #1 guy Peter try to bring these crooks to justice.
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"In her fiction debut, Jenkins creates a fascinating mystery featuring Sterling Glass, a Virginia appraiser who is hired to assess items that appear to be stolen. Unbeknownst to Sterling, she has stumbled upon a theft ring that preys on the elderly using the most unlikely accomplices. Linda Stephens's narration is enjoyable as she brings both Virginia and New York City inhabitants to life. She remains thoroughly involved in the story while delivering credible regional accents. Sterling travels to New York and back, enjoying her job and stumbling into danger every step of the way. If you find antiques interesting, you'll love this book. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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