The Madonna Dilemma

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A famous painting of Madonna is stolen in Rome. Somewhere in the fencing of the masterpiece the painting disappears. An LA art dealer who was to fence the art work is found murdered. A mob boss, a widow, an associate and an enemy of the dead man are in a panic to find the money or the painting. An LA detective interested only in early retirement gets the case. All seven deadly sins are at work. More
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Words: 55,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301375462
About Aaron T Knight


INTERVIEWER: I suppose you have been writing for a long time. When did you start work on your first novel ?
AARON : I didn’t exactly choose to be a writer. My creator was making a routine inspection and HE saw me flopping and floundering around with no hope of being worth anything. HE decided the only thing he could do was to make me a writer.
INTERVIEWER It’s hard to believe you Mr. Knight. Do you have any proof to back up your claim that HE made you a writer ?
AARON: Well, you know how writers are always broke. As soon as HE transformed me into a writer I became penniless. I used to have some money but now I’m busted.
INTERVIEWER: I’m not truly convinced Mr. Knight.
AARON: You know how writers use all kinds of metaphors, analogies and dramatic descriptions. Now that I am a writer I can’t say “the man took a walk to the river.” It has to be like “struggling against the wind that was howling like a wolf, the strong man with rippling muscles, made his way down to the storm tossed river which looked alive like a writhing creature in the agony of its final death throes.” See what I mean ? Do you want more proof ?

INTERVIEWER: No, that’s quite enough.

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Review by: ade on Sep. 11, 2013 :
super read
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Review by: John Private on March 09, 2013 :
This is a good read.
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Review by: Phillip Gatua on March 03, 2013 : (no rating)
I loved these book its simplicity and easy to follow plot
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