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by Iain Pears

  • Author: Iain Pears
  • ISBN: 0786203676
  • ISBN13: 978-0786203673
  • ePub: 1311 kb | FB2: 1445 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Non Basic Stock Line; Lrg edition (April 1995)
  • Pages: 301
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 583
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The Bernini Bust (Thorndike Press Large Print Buckinghams) ePub download

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Chapter One. Jonathan Argyll lay contentedly on a large slab of Carrara marble, soaking up the mid-morning sun, smoking a cigarette and considering the infinite variety of life

Chapter One. Jonathan Argyll lay contentedly on a large slab of Carrara marble, soaking up the mid-morning sun, smoking a cigarette and considering the infinite variety of life. He was not a sun-worshipper - far from it - he was quite proud of his ultraviolet-free complexion, but needs must, despite the risk of wrinkles; his temporary colleagues looked upon his packet of cigarettes with all the approval of vampires presented with a clove of garlic and were prepared to cite innumerable Los Angeles County Clean Air Acts to force him into.

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Priotian
Love this series by Iain Pears. Well written and always interesting. Lots of historical info, I lean a lot. Thanks Amazon for having all of these.
Majin
Another great read from Iain Pears. I love the series on art history!
Tehn
I enjoy the mix of art in complex theft, fraud and murder. Enjoyable.
Kieel
Third in the series, this mystery finds Jonathan Argyll, art historian and dealer, far from home and his love Flavia di Stefano, detective in Rome's Art Theft Squad. In Los Angeles to deliver a painting to a museum founded by a rich businessman, Jonathan is a fish out of water. When the museum founder is murdered, Jonathan can't help but mettle and becomes not only a sleuth but also a target. To the rescue comes Flavia and together they delve into the murky professional and personal lives of those connected to the museum murder (which becomes murders). Delightful twists and turns as the Jonathan and Flavia visit ego drenched Los Angeles. Highly recommended for mystery readers who like a peek behind the scenes of the art world.
Mavivasa
After reading The Instance of the Fingerpost, pretty close to being a masterpiece, I was disappointed with the mystery series. He gets a little better as he progresses but, generally speaking, they're pretty boring except for the art details and the Roman way of life. However if he's as inaccurate about Rome as he is about America, I might have to revise that opinion.

My real reason for writing this is to vent about English writers who feature Americans in their novels. Deliver me. Can't someone tell them or their publishers that they need an American advisor to keep them from looking like complete dolts?? This applies to every single English novel I have ever read, featuring Americans, and, believe me, I have read tons of them. Someone please tell them that people in all walks of life, in America, do not say, "I reckon" on a regular basis. To a man (or woman) they always make American characters talk like they just stepped out of Hopalong Cassidy movies from the '50's. And to top it off, they do it very smugly as if they really have it down. If only there was someone I could complain to. Or to whom I could complain, as the case may be.

Meanwhile, the books are readable, if there's nothing better or you happen to be in the mood. But "Fingerpost" is far, far superior to the mysteries.
Hra
I love all Ian Pears' books. This one is light and witty with an American scenario for a change.
Kulalbine
This is a typical art dealer Jonathan Argyll/art cop Flavia di Stefano outing: a convoluted who-done-it with touches of droll British humor and a dash of romance. Enjoyable and entertaining.
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