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The Forger, the Killer, the Painter and the Whore

By Alex Connor

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From international bestseller Alex Connor - master of the
art-based conspiracy novel and author of the forthcoming thriller The Caravaggio Conspiracy:

THE FORGER: An exclusive ebook short story, set within the
competitive and cutthroat circles of the elite London art word.

THE KILLER, THE PAINTER AND THE WHORE: An introduction to
Alex Connor's latest blockbuster, The
Caravaggio Conspiracy.

Biographical Notes

Alex Connor, also known as Alexandra Connor, writes both conspiracy thrillers and historical sagas, mostly set in the art world. She is an artist and lives in Brighton.

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  • ISBN: 9781848667747
  • Publication date: 19 Dec 2013
  • Page count: 36
  • Imprint: Quercus
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