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Dr. Philip G. Emma


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"Those who appreciate the sarcastic humor of a cultured, narcissistic genius and share his fondness for artistic masterpieces will enjoy this book. Emma has created a highly articulate art enthusiast who eloquently describes prints of such masterpieces as Fragonard's The Swing, Pollock's One: Number 31, Grun's The Dinner Party, Mondrian's Composition with Red, Blue, and Yellow, Magritte's The Son of Man, and, most notably, L'Absinthe by Degas." --US Review of Books

"No sooner is Mickey Maux recruited by the fabulously wealthy Peter Pettanko to find his missing trophy wife than she reemerges and Pettanko is reported dead of a heart attack. The case takes wholly unpredictable turns that Maux dutifully follows all the way to the eponymous museum, some of whose masterpieces are found to be hanging in illicit buyers’ dining rooms. Maux is intriguingly well schooled in fine art. Maux is an original private eye." --Kirkus Reviews


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