Passion and Peril on the Silk Road: A Thriller in Pakistan and China
By Susan Barrett Price
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Published: Aug. 19, 2009
Words: 110,434 (approximate)
Art dealers take a roadtrip into the heart of darkness, losing their way on the lonesome highways that stretch between tribal Pakistan and backwater China. In the company of antiquities smugglers and other scoundrels, Nellie and Jackson seek justice, honor, and the chance to get home alive. A chilling tale of the art market underworld.
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Murder. Betrayal. Revenge. The intrigue of international trade in antiquities. It all starts with the murder of antiquities dealer Catherine Denforth. In a profession known for its graverobbers and smugglers, did Denforth cross the line? We look upon that blood-stained Manhattan sidewalk and ask not why, but why here, and why now. A thriller by Susan Barrett Price.
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