Collector's Apprentice (Shapiro) - Book Reviews

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[A] clever and complex tale of art fraud, theft, scandal, murder, and revenge.… Shapiro’s portrayal of the 1920s art scene in Paris and Philadelphia is vibrant…; readers will be swept away by this thoroughly rewarding novel.
Publishers Weekly

Shapiro once again successfully combines the work of real artists and the analysis of art movements with a cast of dramatic characters, both fictional and not. Her latest is an absorbing read where what is right and wrong constantly shift. —Catherine Lantz, Univ. of Illinois at Chicago Lib.
Library Journal

Lush, atmospheric.… Shapiro’s romantic and suspenseful art thriller will delight historical- and crime-fiction fans

A woman with a shameful past… finds herself… [helping to build] one of the world's great private art collections.… Less might have been more in this increasingly convoluted fusion of history and fantasy centered on an ambiguous central figure.
Kirkus Reviews

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