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  • By Joe Perrone Jr
    Apr 7, 2015
    Not Your Run-of-the-Mill Mystery . . . I really liked this book. It is obvious that Mr. Mosier is very well acquainted with the world of high-priced art and the recovery profession. The Rembrandt Affair has a storyline that is intricate and well paced, capturing the reader's imagination right from the start and holding it throughout. What I especially like are the sub plots within the main framework, including the quasi-adversial/romantic relationship between Alex Dean and Drusilla Greenfield, a onetime associate turned arch rival. The characters many and diverse, fully fleshed out and interesting. There is just enough murder and mayhem to The Rembrandt Affair to qualify it as a mystery, but in general it has a "cozy" feel to it that will remind older readers of the Thin Man movie series that was so popular in the '50s. If you're tired of the same old, ho hum, cookie cutter mysteries that dot the literary landscape, The Rembrandt Affair will definitely be a breath of fresh... More > air. Keep 'em coming, Mr. Mosier. Note: In the spirit of full disclosure, I was given a complimentary copy of The Rembrand Affair for review purposes, and did not receive any monetary remuneration for my efforts.< Less
  • By B Shimkas Bennett
    Aug 6, 2014
    Enjoyable story with good plot twists. Good descriptions of settings in the Boston area. Good summer read!
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Product Details

February 1, 2013
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.98 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.5 wide x 8.5 tall
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