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Murder at the National Gallery (original 1996; edition 1996)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0449219380, Mass Market Paperback)"POWERFUL . . . FASCINATING . . . Truman absolutely amazes."
--Atlanta Journal & Constitution
When the senior curator at Washington's famed National Gallery finds a missing painting by the Renaissance master Caravaggio, he mounts a world-class exhibition--and plots a brilliant forgery scheme that will stun the art world.
"A THRILLING CHASE."
But an artful deception suddenly becomes a portrait of blackmail and murder--as gallery owner and part-time sleuth Annabel Reed-Smith and her husband go searching for clues in the heady arena of international art and uncover a rare collection of unscrupulous characters that leads all the way to Italy.
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED . . . One of [Margaret] Truman's best."
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:39:02 -0400)
A curator of the National Gallery in Washington finds a lost Caravaggio and prepares an exhibition. First, though, he makes a copy of the painting, keeping the original for himself. A tale of blackmail and murder featuring sleuth Annabel Reed-Smith.
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