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While in Boston, Jonathan Moore serves as guest conductor for the Boston Philharmonic in a concert where the proceeds go to a local charity. His friend invites Jonathan and his assistant Nancy to a private showing of an early painting of Vincent van Gogh, which was purchased at an auction by Stephan Knight. Stephan invites two fellow businessmen, Charles Monroe and William McGovern, whom he had outbid to get the artwork. Also in attendance are Stephan's daughter Susan, and the curator of the museum, Thomas ...

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While in Boston, Jonathan Moore serves as guest conductor for the Boston Philharmonic in a concert where the proceeds go to a local charity. His friend invites Jonathan and his assistant Nancy to a private showing of an early painting of Vincent van Gogh, which was purchased at an auction by Stephan Knight. Stephan invites two fellow businessmen, Charles Monroe and William McGovern, whom he had outbid to get the artwork. Also in attendance are Stephan's daughter Susan, and the curator of the museum, Thomas Greenstone. As they view the beautiful display of artwork, the lights go out. When the lights come back on, the painting is gone. How could it have vanished so quickly? The painting was protected in a bulletproof glass cube, which was locked at the time. Who could have been involved in such a daring theft? Jonathan tries to solve these puzzling questions as he matches wits with a cunning mastermind.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413748222
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 1/15/2005
  • Pages: 148
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 0.34 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2005

    BEST 'WHODUNIT' MYSTERY!

    I thouroughly enjoyed this book. I like how Eric R. Myers mixed in little bits of humor into the storyline. Most of the mystery novels I've read are too dark and gloomy. Jonathan Moore is a excellent main character. He seems like a mix of all of the great qualities of other detectives rolled into one. I will pass the word to my family and friends to buy this book. I read there's a follow up story coming out later in 2005. I can't wait. :)

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