Theft Of the Master

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Theft of the Master aims to appeal to the reader seeking more from a novel than a good read. This is an intricate web of a story speckled with an assortment of finely described characters spanning different historical periods and continents. The story moves along at a terrific rate and entices the reader to discover how the circle will be completed. This is the story of an ancient religious icon pilfered at the end of WWII and its consequences for a family and a nation. Theft of the Master has all the ingredients...

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Overview

Theft of the Master aims to appeal to the reader seeking more from a novel than a good read. This is an intricate web of a story speckled with an assortment of finely described characters spanning different historical periods and continents. The story moves along at a terrific rate and entices the reader to discover how the circle will be completed. This is the story of an ancient religious icon pilfered at the end of WWII and its consequences for a family and a nation. Theft of the Master has all the ingredients of a top class thriller!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780970755858
  • Publisher: Garev Publishing International
  • Publication date: 10/1/2007
  • Pages: 294
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

The author a first time novelist, trained in statistics. A long-standing fascination with language and literature led him to experiment with a few short stories, some of which were published. He specializes in contemporary crime fiction with strong emphasis on detailed research and depth of historical background in his characters and events.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2007

    Thrilling Debut!

    Thrilling, enthralling, excellent debut! Theft of the Master is a fast paced mystery spanning time and continents, detailing the quest for a stolen work of art and the solution to a murder. The reader is riveted ,learning of the Nazi¿s accumulation of stolen art, and its effect on one family today. Private investigator Al Hershey is charged with unraveling the mysteries and the reader is taken on a thrill ride as Al follows the clues wherever they lead. A satisfying conclusion leaves one anticipating the next Al Hershey caper!

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