The Brodsky Affair: Is Lost Art Worth Dying For?
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The Brodsky Affair: Is Lost Art Worth Dying For?

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Ken Fry (Writer)

Jack Manton, an art dealer, and his partner, Tamsin Greene, did not expect to be targets of assassination attempts. But, when they begin to track down the lost paintings of Russian artist, Mikhail Brodsky, now worth millions... that is what happened.

Berezin, a partially disabled, entrepreneurial Russian criminal, murderer and art thief, employs a deadly and vicious ex-Soviet agent to follow Manton and use whatever means necessary to steal what he finds.

The chase moves from Australia to UK, to Russia and France, as Interpol attempts to unravel a complex trail of murders and art thefts.

Jack Manton faces a perilous path of murder and deceit, before Brodsky's last unfinished work is revealed, and its destiny decided at a final confrontation.

*** RUNNER UP - UK International Novel Writing Competition 2017

"From go to whoa, it was a book that carried you along on a tumultuous ride through the high-powered circles of the art elite."

" I found the setting here to be tremendously powerful. The mystery itself is classy and intelligent, and develops into a killer of a finale…. Try this one if you like your art-heist thrillers to be gritty, real, and steeped in history."

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07/04/2016
Amazon Media
First Edition
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Genres

Thrillers
History > British History
Thrillers > Psychological Thrillers

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