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I found myself completely absorbed by the story, the people (forgers, runners, collectors, archivists, detectives, wives), and the international businesses (foundations, galleries,... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Phyllis Gable Alden
Non- fiction is the best books to read. What a story! Do we ever trust the museums now?
Incredibly interesting story, well written, and probably easy to follow even if your not that into art.Published 1 month ago by bryan carson
It's an interesting tale of fraud and entertaining, but I think I have overdosed on art theft/fraud as a topic.Published 3 months ago by D. Burns
Amazing when you think about just how many forgeries there are in private homes and museums!Published 4 months ago by Ethel
Absolutely fascinating book, perfect for to anyone who has an interest in art or history or crime stories. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ms_nikki
This is the recounting of an amazing, intricate scam-- and so much fun to read. Cast of characters is virtually Dickensian and hilarious. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bibliophile