A Lovejoy novel
In the world of antiques there is one great remaining scam. The very last gambado. Robbing the British Museum.
Of course, the murder, mayhem and double crossing is only going to happen in a film. Or is it? After all, Lovejoy has been employed on the set as antiques advisor.
Praise for Jonathan Gash:
'Irrepressible... bounteous entertainment' Sunday Times
'Lovejoy is up to his old tricks again... compelling stuff' Today
'Unabashedly amoral, witty and crammed with treasures of every sort... Pure, unadulterated Lovejoy' Publishers Weekly
An exuberant mixture of antique fakery, lechery and murder - The Times
The wisest and wildest antiques dealer of them all - Literary Review
A sparkling new start for the old faker. The background is brilliantly described. Look forward to Lovejoy's next stop - Mail on Sunday
Collector's tips, ramshackle amours, outright thuggery and broad mirth - Sunday Times
A real virtuoso performance... a riotous success - Birmingham Post