Marshall Ziegler's father runs a gallery in London, which Marshall has always ignored. But when his father is beaten to a pulp, disembowelled and left to die, Marshall suddenly needs to know every last detail of his life. He discovers that his father knew a dark secret at the heart of Rembrandt's life, one that has the potential to bring down one of the world's most lucrative industries. But a sadistic murderer is on the case, killing in increasingly brutal ways to keep it hidden. Will Marshall beat the killer to the truth? Who can he trust? Will he stay alive long enough to reveal the greatest secret never told?
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Overall an unenjoyable read.
It certainly hasn't inspiredmeto want to read any more.
I thought she read the book well.
I don't know if I'd've cut any.
There wasn't much I liked with this book. The violence and deaths, bad language, secrecy even till the end, all things I dislike. I don't like leaving books unfinished so I ploughed on through, a little at a time but though it was gripping, it wasn't enjoyable for me.
- jillian grant
OK but unremarkable
perhalps, I found it a bit of a plod to get through, the plot was good but for me Itendedto daydream and have to replay to get the thread
probably I don't regret listening but it did not excite me
- m joseph