Fragments of a Mask

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Sunstone Press, 2002 - Fiction - 207 pages
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Destined to be an art mogul, Avery Judson serves as an apprentice to an antique shop owner and leaves home to seek his fortune as an art dealer extraordinaire. Soon he stumbles upon a remarkable collection which projects him into an international field of obsessed dealers, collectors, and museum operatives who fiercely compete for art treasures worldwide. Then, in the wake of the collapse of major colonial powers and the emergence of new and independent nations in the 1950s, Avery is exposed to the aggressive adventurers relentlessly searching across international boundaries for master pieces unearth by the ensuing political upheavals.

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About the author (2002)

Frank graduated from the University of California-Berkeley in English literature and philosophy and traveled in Europe and India before enrolling in UCLA's cinema school. He wrote, directed, and produced educational films and a fictional feature that won an Edinburgh Film Festival award. He has studied Native American cultures and Spanish Colonial art.

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