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  • Posted August 8, 2013

    I have this in an old tattered paperback, and love it. One of m

    I have this in an old tattered paperback, and love it. One of my pleasures. My students do not disturb me if they see me reading this one at lunch.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2009

    highly recommended

    i loved this book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2005

    an intelligent literary mystery

    Well translated, to the point where you don¿t realize it is a translation. Starting with the preparations of a 15th century painting up for auction, the book develops into a historical puzzle about a murder gone unsolved. The painting itself is of a chess game, and in the opening pages we discover that there is a question embedded in the painting that has no answer. The art restorer becomes fascinated and decides to solve the mystery and find the answer to the question. Secrets left long unattended have a way of creating problems when attention is focussed on them, and the same proves true in the book. People start dying, and the need to solve the mystery becomes pressing. Making use of much chess strategy, the story is very compelling when you are interested in art and love and play chess. I got caught up in the story and found the book impossible to put down. By far my favorite of all of Perez-Reverte¿s books.

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