A mystery thriller in which a Rembrandt Exhibition is targeted by a cheeky international art thief who calls himself "Rob Roy". Tom Howard is hired as head of security, but has to work with a rep from the insurance provider. As per his usual custom, "Rob Roy" sends letters to the art gallery curator, announcing his intention of stealing one or more paintings from the Exhibition. No-one has a picture of "Rob Roy", but Tom receives a confidential report from Interpol that the thief is dead. But the boastful, threatening letters continue. So is the real thief really dead? Is someone impersonating him? Who? And how can a painting possibly be stolen from a sealed exhibition room packed with guards?
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The review of this Book prepared by John Reid