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No Tacos For Lunch
The second in the Carolina Arbors Murder Series books

Detective Vinder of the Durham Police Department is con- fronted with the abduction and murder at a food truck. All indications are that one of her boyfriends has committed the crime, but who are they? A white Mercedes has been seen near the truck. Vinder, with the help of Officer Ramón Acosta and the Thursday Afternoon Sleuths Book Club members solve the crime.



What reviewers are saying about No Tacos for Lunch

"The unique approach to writing works very well indeed. The manner in which Hugo interplays with the other ‘authors’ is contagiously entertaining and the quality of writing, though varying from input to input, is surprising strong. The story is particularly excellent.Hopefully this technique of writing will continue through the series. Recommended." Grady Harp
Top 100 Reviewer




Mud Cake For Breakfast
The first in the Carolina Arbors Murder Series books

Detective Travis Vinder has to solve the mystery murder of a neighbor in the 55+ community he lives in. Carolina Arbors is a great place to be, but there are several neighbors who know something about the murder. Perhaps they are suspects and it is clear that several people are involved. Travis gets help from the local book club to solve the whodunit...




What reviewers are saying about Mud Cake For Breakfast

"an interesting and fun mystery set in a vibrant retirement community" Dorothy Sawyer
"I thought I had solved the mystery by the second chapter but there were so many twists and turns in the plot that I found out quickly that I was wrong." JoannB
"...would recommend to any mystery affecionado!"
Linda E. Christensen




The da Vinci Cloth
Another Tom Arden novel based on a screenplay by the author

Tom Arden follows a lead from a 16th century painting and believes it contains a clue to a large treasure hidden for centuries. His travels take him to Italy and Cyprus where he hits a dead end when a zealot acting as a protector of old Ottoman Empire's secrets thwarts the attempt to uncover a treasure. A fierce battle at one of the oldest roman ruins ensues and has unexpected results...

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What reviewers are saying about The Da Vinci Cloth

"The story, nestling between The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure, is fascinating and intriguing"
Tamara Longsdon Hawkinson

"... I will say that it moved fast just the way a mystery should be and the different locations certainly lend to the plot and the adventure of it all."
M.E. Robertson-Hoon



Rembrandt Redux
Published by Authorhouse 2011

Tom Arden runs an art store but has not always been up front about the provenance of art works. When he discovers a long lost Rembrandt painting, he changes his tune and wants to take all of the windfall. His plans are thwarted by a German criminal hired by descendants of Nazis who had a firm stake in stolen art during both world wars...



What reviewers are saying about Rembrandt Redux

"Uyttenhove's writing style is similar to the interpretation of art itself: varied and personal, yet unifying and global, all in one fell swoop. A study of arts role in society and how its apprized historically, culturally and individually, Uyttenhove's book is essentially an examination of how people across the globe, and from all walks of life, are willing to risk their lives for art." Omar Figueras
The US Review of Books


Grand Scale Larceny
The Heist of the Flemish Primitives

Published by Lulu Press 2010

Hannah Jacobs is putting together the exhibition of a life time, gathering world famous paintings in one location. Getting the Flemish Primitives to the USA is not as simple as planned. Chechnyan and Russian Mafia discover the value of the masterpieces and and plan a heist. They underestimate the tenacity of Hannah in her quest to recover stolen art...
What reviewers are saying about Grand Scale Larceny

"What I liked best about this fiction story is the balance between intellect, emotion and action. The story is well informed about art, the business of art and the operation of art museums internationally. It gave me new reasons to care about art and admire professionals in various occupations related to the business side of art. At the same time, there was danger and suspense throughout, giving me that edge of the seat feeling."
Citizen John
Amazon.com