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The Da Vinci Deception: An Inspector Jack Oxby Novel

Swan, Thomas

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ISBN 10: 1557049688 / ISBN 13: 9781557049681
Published by William Morrow Paperbacks
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Title: The Da Vinci Deception: An Inspector Jack ...

Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Acceptable

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Celebrated thriller writer Thomas Swan introduces Scotland Yard Inspector Jack Oxby in The Da Vinci Deception—an exhilarating thriller set in the art world. Racing from London to New York to Lake Como, Inspector Oxby is on the hunt for an art forger whose daring attempts to counterfeit the great Leonardo da Vinci have the art world astounded. For fans of the UK television series Lovejoy, the art history mysteries of Iain Pears, as well as books like The Thomas Crowne Affair, this is a novel of suspense not to be missed!

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It's all about art--surrounded by connivers and thieves... I'm proud of Jack Oxby, introduced in The DaVinci Deception. Meet him in The Cezanne Chase and The Final Faberge. I promise he gets into devilish situations and will keep you engaged and provoked. Perhaps smiling, too.--Thomas Swan; thomasswan@worldnet.att.net, 10 May 1999

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