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The Russian van Gogh (An International Financial Thriller Book 1)

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The Russian van Gogh is a fast-paced international and financial thriller. In a heart-pounding race against time the van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam posts a $10 Million dollar reward for a stolen masterpiece now possessed by a Russian terrorist. The British Secret Service along with WWII stolen art recovery experts, The Monuments Men, join the hunt.

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Kindle Edition, 94 pages
Published January 6th 2014 by Robert Child (first published January 1st 2013)
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The Russian van Gogh by Robert Child... A short book on Art heist. The Art work being the Post impressionist Vincent Van Gogh's "The painter on road to Tarascon". A simple story line, the curator Riley been called to assess the Painting for its genuineness, which was thought to be destroyed during WWII, in the den of the Russian Mafia... Though the book was a quick read, the author leaves back the feeling of incompleteness for the reader.
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Award winning author, Robert Child, is a master of action, pacing and cinematic storytelling in his visually gritty, historical and military thrillers. War and history runs through his veins. His Great-grandfather, Thomas W. Child, was cited for courage by his commander, Joseph Hayes, at Fredericksburg fighting for the Union in 1862. Sergeant Child charged the stonewall not once but twice with the ...more
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