Savvy private eye Armand Arnolfini springs into action to tackle the obscure underworld of art thieves, forgers, and ruthless ex-Nazis in this riveting collection of art-crime mysteries.
Arnolfini’s manhunts take him from New York to Italy, Belgium, Germany and beyond in his quest to solve a series of baffling cases. Racing against the clock, Armand seeks to preserve precious masterpieces and artifacts from falling into oblivion, works that have made indelible imprints upon Western civilization.
This debut novel in the?Arnolfini Art Mysteries?series paints a vivid canvas of the relatively unknown but lucrative world of art as only the hand of an artist like award-winning author/artist Rich DiSilvio can capture, and is handsomely illustrated with works of famous artists and by the author/artist himself.
Each case, or short story, is a stand-alone episode, yet are arranged chronologically, thereby creating a harmonious and sweeping narrative from Armand’s first intriguing case onward.
CHAPTERS: The Phantom Forger, The Russian Link, The P.T. Barnum Mystery, The Mark Twain Mystery, The Yoko, Oh No! Mystery, and the Ghent Mystery.