Nov. 8, 2011
-- New York Journal of Books reviews "Stealing Mona Lisa: A Mystery" by Carson Morton. Reviewer Jeremy McGuire writes, "[a] well-crafted, beautifully written, and engaging mystery...The pacing is superb, making us hope, in spite of all we know, that the Marquis Eduardo de Valfierno and his charming gang of art thieves actually do manage to pull it off."
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