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A former art dealer (who) knows what he is writing about" (New York Times Book Review), David Ramus first introduced readers to the art world's seamy underbelly in Thief of Light, a debut novel written "with the force and speed of a high-ticket auction" (Publishers Weekly). The novel was widely praised for its intelligent characters and thunderous velocity. Now, using southern Florida's towering glass mansions, pristine sandy beaches, and brilliant blue ocean as a backdrop, Ramus passionately paints readers a new masterpiece of riveting suspense -- The Gravity of Shadows.
When New York art dealer Wil Sumner is brought to reclusive millionaire Andrew Stevenson's ocean-front mansion to appraise a cache of priceless art treasures, he finds himself drowning in a rising tide of deadly intrigue, political machinations, and murder. Suspense fiction at its pulse-pounding best, The Gravity of Shadows once more showcases Ramus's razor-sharp prose in an electrifying tale that is truly a work of art.
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