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"The history of a painting considered lost, takes on extra relevance in a thriller which makes you read this in one sitting." Writers Boot Camp

Publication: Authorhouse 2012


What would you do if you found a lost painting?

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) regularly painted for Prince Frederik Hendrik of Holland. One of such commissioned painting, The Circumcision of Christ, symbolized the covenant of the Old Testament.

In 1756 the painting no longer appeared on the list of artworks owned by his descendants, and it was believed burned in a a fire. At best it survived until WWII but then the Nazis would have stolen and hidden it.

When art dealer Tom Ardens buys a painting at a tag sale and believes it is the lost painting, he decides to sell it to solve his financial woes. His claim warrants thorough authentication. When infamous German criminal Fritz Schroller gets in the way of Tom Arden's plan to sell it, the battle is on, jeopardizing a possible windfall for Tom.




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