Grace asked:

Is there profanity in this book?

To answer questions about The Rembrandt Affair, please sign up.
Ben House There is some profanity in the book. Compared to much popular fiction, it is very limited. Also, it fits the characters of the ones who use it, but it is sprinkled here and there in the book. Silva is not crude or vulgar in his writing, but he deals with vicious characters whose talk reflects their worldview.
Caratach No. Well, I certainly don't remember any.
Image for The Rembrandt Affair
Rate this book
Clear rating

About Goodreads Q&A

Ask and answer questions about books!

You can pose questions to the Goodreads community with Reader Q&A, or ask your favorite author a question with Ask the Author.

See Featured Authors Answering Questions

Learn more