By Matthew Hart. The Cleveland Plain Dealer's blurb describes "A true-crime tale that includes a priceless Vermeer stolen twice from the same Irish country house, and a father-and-son detective team who recovers the painting 19 years apart." If you're wondering if this is "the heist at Russborough," masterminded by gangster Martin Cahill, it is!
And if you're wondering whether this paperback is in flawless shape, it...isn't! Edgewear to cover corners; a remainder mark; and what looks like a forceful bootheel print (...idke) on the back that carries through most of the back half of the book's pages. But no cracks to the spine; it's a good price for a relatively ungory crime story.