William Nolan is a born & bred Bostonian whose passions include travel, cycling, and writing. A graduate of Boston College and Lesley University, he recently retired from elementary education after a rewarding career as a teacher and counselor. Living with his wife on Cape Cod, he has two daughters, one granddaughter, three step children, and a Siberian husky.
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In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, two men dressed as Boston police officers gained entry into the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum and pulled off the largest art heist in history.
The stolen artwork’s estimated current value is $500 million dollars. What if one of the criminals shared this reality with his psychologist for self-serving reasons, triggering a deadly chain reaction?
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