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The Modigliani scandal

By: Follett, Ken

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1509860002 / 9781509860005
Paperback
823.92
28/05/2019
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England
Thrillers
20 cm x, 278 pages
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Reprint. Originally published: London: William Collins, 1976.

The Modigliani Scandal is a high-speed, high-stakes thriller from Ken Follett, the bestselling author of The Pillars of the Earth. A Priceless ArtworkWhen art historian Dee Sleign hears of a lost painting by Amedeo Modigliani, one of the greatest artists to have ever lived, she becomes determined to reclaim it so it can be viewed by the world. A Desperate RaceHowever there are others who also want to claim it for their own corrupt motives; Dee's Uncle Charles Lampeth, for whom art is a commodity to be traded; Julian Black, the broke owner of an art gallery; and Peter Usher, a struggling artist who spies an opportunity to get revenge against those in the art world who have unfairly wronged him. A Deadly VictorySo begins an epic chase around Europe, from the streets of London to the Italian countryside, in an effort to claim one of the great lost artworks of the twentieth century.

A dangerous hunt that could have deadly consequences for all involved.

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FHD Espionage & spy thriller

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