Caravaggio's Angel by Ruth Brandon

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Dr. Reggie Lee, new at London’s National Gallery, is planning a small exhibition of three almost identical Caravaggio paintings when she discovers a fourth. One must be a forgery. That discovery detonates multiple murders. Like Flavia di Stefano in Iain Pears’ art history mysteries, Reggie is attractive, knowledgeable when it comes to art, and percipient when it comes to people with motives to defraud.

Ruth Brandon divides her time between London and France. She is working on the second title in this series. She previously published Surreal Lives: The Surrealists, 1917–1945, a work of nonfiction.

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About Ruth Brandon

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Ruth Brandon is the author of ten nonfiction books, including Singer and the Sewing Machine and The Life and Many Deaths of Harry Houdini. She lives in London.
Published October 1, 2008 by Soho Constable. 273 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Bewildered by her breakup with her raffish boyfriend Joe, Dr. Reggie Lee dives full-tilt into her new assignment, an exhibition at London’s National Gallery of a small collection of Caravaggio masterpieces.

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She is given the assignment to set up a small exhibition enveloping three paintings by the 1600's Italian master Caravaggio collectively titled "St. Cecelia and the Angel."

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