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22gigantes.com - Alix London, the art restorer and FBI consultant renowned as the Art Whisperer, can spot a counterfeit masterpiece before the paint even dries. What she can’t see is why an elite European art dealer would offer her big money for a little mirror that’s no more than a homemade gift from her beloved uncle Tiny. Not that Alix would part with it at any price. But when the mirror is abruptly stolen from her home, she realizes that someone sees more in the looking glass than mere sentimental value.When her uncle Tiny disappears mysteriously just after the mirror is stolen, the simple art theft becomes a personal and professional challenge Alix can’t ignore. With backup from her friends in the FBI, her game-for-anything pal Chris, and an aging-but-dogged Italian police detective, she delves into the puzzling case, only to find that there is much more to this theft than meets the eye. Once the Mafia shows up on the scene, Alix’s mission becomes a do-or-die race to find the one possible man with all the answers.
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Most helpful customer reviews 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Another delightful Elkins contribution to the national sleep debt By Sylvia From a fan of all your books, and your new Alix London series:This series is moving from strength to strength. I just loved this charming book!It was a perfect alt world during my major move and unpacking. I’m so glad Alix, Ted, Geoff, Tiny, Chris, Norgren, Jaimie, and Moscoli are in my life. I wish they would appear among my boxes to take me to dinner. Their lives continued to unfold even after I finished reading. I can't wait to see what their next adventures and evolving relationships will reveal - such as how they'll handle life's little ethical dilemmas that always crop up to add delicious complexity to this appealing karras.Of course, my first reaction was: Really? Tiny? You had to choose Tiny? No, no, no! Not Tiny! How could you put him danger? The one person who never betrayed Alix, who always gave her uncomplicated love and adoration. The one kind of person everyone should have in their life, if they don’t have a Cavalier King Charles or a Golden Retriever. Or, even if they do.I don't handle suspense very well and normally read non-fiction and bios, but I so enjoy the characters, sophisticated dialogue, settings and the feel of intoxicating late night grad school sessions with favorite professors, that I make an exception for anything by the Elkins.So even with Alix’s continuing crime world naïveté, and Geoff’s gentle query about Alix making things worse for Tiny, and the potential of the pit in my stomach nauseatingly counterpointing the forthcoming fun of Alix shifting into problem-solving gear and alt-tabbing between detective mode and blissed-out love interest, I succumbed to the TED-worthy conversations and read until early morning hours.My unpacking remains but my mood is restored.Thank you, thank you, thank you!. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. An art lovers dream By Bookseeker A lot of fun, but with real suspense, this is the most enjoyable mystery novel I have read in awhile. It is also my favorite Elkin so far.Alex London is an art expert with a colorful past. She has just been featured in an article because of her uncanny ability to recognize art forgeries. With the article runs a photograph of Alex in her apartment in front of a mirror made for her as a child by her beloved "uncle" Tiny. After Tiny goes missing and her mirror is stolen, Alex and her friend Chris begin a journey to find him.I enjoyed reading a mystery where the main plot was built around the search for Tiny and the mystery of the historical value of the mirror, rather than a death. (Although there is a death in the novel). Because of this the whole novel has a rather cheerful feel, although there are some very bad people trying to use Alex to find her adopted uncle.This book is part of a series, which began with it's heroine reviving a shattered career. Here she is happy, and has entered a relationship that is supporting her strengths.This is a well written book, with an enjoyable road trip, a satisfying art historical puzzle, and believable characters. An above average mystery, especially if you are interested in art and art history. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Another great entry in the series. By Judy Cozine I've read all 4 entries in the Alix London series and loved every one of them. I must say I was a little surprised during the opening chapter at Alix's revelation, but I think it added an unexpected twist to the storyline. This book brought Alix's Uncle Tiny to the forefront with a storyline revolving around him. It was nice to have his back story laid out and I think it definitely rounded out his character. Prior to this book he's really been pretty much on the fringes.Never having been an art aficionado myself I find that I do like the little forays into the art history of the painters. It's a bonus learning experience and I don't have to do any of the tedious studying myself. As usual Alex and Chris hop all over the place to try and help them solve the mystery of Tiny's disappearance and with those two you never quite know what they will get into next. Going forward, it will be interesting to see how FBI agent Ted and Alix's father Geoff relate to each other. Can't wait for the next book in the series. See all 26 customer reviews...
About the Author With their backgrounds in art scholarship, forensic anthropology, and psychology, Charlotte and Aaron Elkins were destined to be mystery writers. Between them, they’ve written thirty mysteries since 1982—garnering an Agatha Award for the best short story of the year, an Edgar Award for the year’s best mystery, and a Nero Wolfe Award for Literary Excellence, among other honors. The authors revel in creating intensively researched works that are as accessible and absorbing as they are sophisticated and stylish. In addition to writing the first three Alix London mysteries—A Dangerous Talent, A Cruise to Die For, and The Art Whisperer—they are also the authors of the Lee Ofsted golf mysteries, including A Wicked Slice, Rotten Lies, Nasty Breaks, Where Have All the Birdies Gone, and On the Fringe. Charlotte was born in Houston, Aaron in New York City, and they now reside on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
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