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Midnight Angels

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  • Posted June 13, 2010

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    This is an action packed thriller

    Professor Richard Dylan Edwards is a highly regarded Michelangelo expert. He is also the leader of the secretive Vittoria Society that recovers stolen art treasures to return them to their rightful owner. His group seeks three missing Michelangelo statues, the Midnight Angels that most art historians believe never existed beyond legend. Also searching for the statues are the as secretive Immortals whose leader Raven wants them for his latest nefarious clever scheme.

    Dr. Edward's top student, his ward Kate Westcott, heads to Italy to study first hand Michelangelo. In Florence, she and her art student boyfriend Marco Scudarti search the museums and galleries that seem everywhere in the fabled city. When they find the Midnight Angels, they become targets of the deadly ruthless Immortals who have no remorse killing innocent bystanders to obtain the three statues; only Captain Rumore seems on their side when he is not pondering arresting them.

    This is an action packed thriller that grips the audience from the moment the American student and her Italian boyfriend begin exploring the streets of Florence and never slows down as readers will join them on their perilous tour. Fast-paced and filled with action, fans relish this exhilarating art world thriller as the two secretive societies and the Rome Art Squad, all with different intentions, converge on Kate and Marco.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2014

    Stupid story

    This isn't worth reading!

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  • Posted November 16, 2012

    Good story but fell short in the end. Average read

    Good story but fell short in the end. Average read

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  • Posted September 19, 2010

    Author should work for Frommers!

    As a travel guide book of Florence, I can rate this book a five. As a mystery/thriller, I'm giving it a one. The idea of the story, finding a lost Michelangelo masterpiece was a good one, however, the author could not pull it off. Too much useless back ground information, absurd characters, and an ending that would put the OK Corral to shame. There was no flow from chapter to chapter. At times I felt I missed something major. This author took a very good idea and turned it into a very bad book. Don't waste you time or money.

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