A pottery mystery that's “perfectly delightful and funny...full of engaging characters, fast dialogue, and tasty descriptions of the New Mexico culture” (Kings River Life Magazine).
Eighty years ago, D. H. Lawrence moved to Taos to make a home for himself in the mountains of New Mexico. To welcome the famed writer, his neighbor brought over a stew and left the container as a gift. But this was no Tupperware - it was a handcrafted pot made in the ancient tradition by one of the finest craftswomen of her generation. Decades later, the neighbor's great-grandson wants it back, and there is no one in New Mexico better at stealing artifacts than Hubie Schuze.
In exchange for three priceless pots, Hubie agrees to search the Lawrence ranch for the long-lost stew vessel. But when a blizzard descends on the estate, trapping Hubie and other guests indoors with a killer, the pot thief finds himself facing a mystery so shocking it would make Lady Chatterley blush.
The Pot Thief Who Studied D. H. Lawrence is the fifth book in the Pot Thief Mysteries, but you may enjoy listening to the series in any order.