Among Thieves

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Macmillan, Dec 17, 2009 - Art thefts - 373 pages
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On the night of the St Patrick celebration in 1990, some famous and valuable paintings were stolen from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and never recovered. When Boston Attorney Scott Finn takes thief Devon Malley as a client, his investigations into what was a case of petty theft could solve the mystery of the stolen paintings.

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User Review  - ChristineEllei - LibraryThing

The Gardner Museum art theft is the largest unsolved art theft ever perpetrated. The thieves got away with priceless pieces of art and a few incidental tokens. The mixture of the items taken has ... Read full review


User Review  - Kirkus

The still-unsolved 1990 robbery of the Gardner Museum gets a fictional investigation in a grittily realistic novel from Hosp (Innocence, 2007, etc.).Street kid turned lawyer Scott Finn doesn't care ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

David Hosp is a trial lawyer who has spent a portion of his time working pro bono on behalf of wrongly convicted individuals, and, although fiction, this story has its roots based on fact and experience. He finds time to write his novels on his daily commute by boat across Boston harbour. He lives with his wife and family in the city.

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