The Titian Committee by Iain Pears
A Flavia Di Stefano Mystery

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Sent to Venice to help solve a murder, Flavia di Stefan of the Rome Art Theft Squad teams up with the local carabinieri to catch the killer. By the author of The Raphael Affair.

About Iain Pears

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Iain Pears was born in 1955. Educated at Wadham College, Oxford, he has worked as a journalist, an art historian, and a television consultant in England, France, Italy, and the United States. He is the author of seven highly praised detective novels, a book of art history, and countless articles on artistic, financial, and historical subjects, as well as the international bestseller An Instance of the Fingerpost He lives in Oxford, England.
Published January 1, 1991 by Victor Gollancz, LTD. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Flavia di Stefano, junior investigator for the Polizia Art Squad of Rome, has been sent to Venice to assist (actually, to inoffensively not assist) the local carabinieri looking into the murder of American art historian Louise Masterson;

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