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Author Topic: Primal Red (Bellingham Mysteries #1) by Nicole Kimberling  (Read 375 times)

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Primal Red (Bellingham Mysteries #1) by Nicole Kimberling
« on: September 13, 2015, 10:43 PM »
Name of the book: Primal Red (Bellingham Mysteries #1)
Genre: MM romance
Book publish year: 2009
Rating (out of 5): 3
Brief intro: Peter Fontaine is a reporter writing for a free weekly newspaper in the quirky little town of Bellingham. Nick Olson is a reclusive painter with questionable past and a studio in the Vitamilk Building. Peter has a knack for choosing to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. In this case that place is the Vitamilk Building and the time is the moment that Shelley Vine, local art professor and rising star of the art world, is stabbed to death.
Determined to understand why Vine was killed, and convinced that breaking the story could jumpstart his career as an investigative journalist, Peter begins his own investigation into her death. As Peter uncovers more information about Vine, Olson, and the interconnected lives of the rest of the artists at the Vitamilk Building, he finds himself falling in love with Nick.
Peter wants a story but he also wants Nick, and it looks like he's going to have to make a choice before the two can paint the town Primal Red.

Review: Great story. Recommended series.