Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Case of the Pilfered Paintings

Claude Monet Private Eye The Case of the Pilfered Paintings Claude Monet Private Eye The Case of the Pilfered Paintings A novella It s been two months since Claude Monet acclaimed Impressionist opened his private investigation business and he finally has a

  • Title: Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Case of the Pilfered Paintings
  • Author: Robert Harris
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Claude Monet, Private Eye The Case of the Pilfered Paintings A novella It s been two months since Claude Monet, acclaimed Impressionist, opened his private investigation business, and he finally has a case In Paris, two paintings were stolen from Galerie Neuf, casting a shadow over the exhibition that is about to open there The odd part is that there were works of greatClaude Monet, Private Eye The Case of the Pilfered Paintings A novella It s been two months since Claude Monet, acclaimed Impressionist, opened his private investigation business, and he finally has a case In Paris, two paintings were stolen from Galerie Neuf, casting a shadow over the exhibition that is about to open there The odd part is that there were works of greater value on hand So why were those particular paintings taken And who is responsible It s a baffling crime, but Claude won t give up He knows he must solve the case to be taken seriously as a private eye But time is running out Will he be able to assemble the pieces to create a portrait of the thief Will you Robert Harris is a writer, inventor, and puzzle constructor He is the author of A Most Puzzling Murder, Murders by the Book, 101 Things NOT to Do Before You Die, and 6 Keys to Improving Memory, all of which are available at His website is rwhstudio.

    One thought on “Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Case of the Pilfered Paintings”

    1. Disappointing. Not what I would have expected from Harris. Just discovered that this work was written by another Robert Harris. How very confusing ;(

    2. An extremely pleasant piece of artExcellent short story. Well crafted and succinct. Brings to life the era and art of a crucial part of world history. A wonderful appetizer for any reader between novels.

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