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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 7 days 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 3 months ago by Ethel
Absolutely fascinating book, perfect for to anyone who has an interest in art or history or crime stories. Read morePublished 4 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
A large number of books have been published in recent years on the subject of fraudulent art. A few are autobiographical accounts, some are biographies, and many are academic... Read morePublished 5 months ago by exurbanite