Stealing Renoir: Art and History equals a Murder Mystery.
A woman can have it all and it’s faster to steal it. Elizabeth Moynihan is an internationally respected art appraiser, television personality, and a thief at heart. Masterpiece art stolen during WWII is her specialty.
Elizabeth is pursued by Ben Abrams, an obsessive insurance investigator with a personal connection to the Renoir that Elizabeth has just stolen. Sparks fly when they meet; the ensuing chase is both personal and professional.
Elizabeth thrives on tension; whether appearing on live television or breaking into a mansion with the best alarm system available on the market—both have their rewards. Adrenaline remains her preferred drug, and the rush from stealing valuable art delivers the ultimate hit.
Hitler’s Nazi regime looted approximately one million works of art, mainly from Jewish citizens. It’s estimated that 30,000 works of art remain undiscovered. Renoir, Monet, Cezanne, Matisse, Degas, Van Gogh, the missing masterpieces could fill a museum. Elizabeth has several of these canvases in her private vault, Renoir remains her favorite, and there is one more Renoir that she must have . . .