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Review: Firebreak, Part 2

West of the Holland Tunnel, the Turnpike Extension rides high over the Jersey flats, where garbage and construction debris and used Broadway sets and failed mobsters have been buried for a hundred years. 

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Donald Westlake Novels

The Complete Idiot's Guide To Healing When Your Art Is Stolen

Unfortunately, copycats are a rampant disease in the creative space, and any art form is difficult to defend from the illness. So we must opt to be prepped should the situation call for it. 385 more words


Riopelle paintings stolen in 1999 have been recovered by the SQ

A trio of paintings produced by Quebec artist Jean-Paul Riopelle have been recovered from a private residence in Montreal nearly 20 years after having been stolen. 108 more words

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MTW Book Reviews #12, #13, and #14

I was given an ARC from Henery Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review of all of Ritter Ames’ books. In addition, during the week of Mystery Thriller Week I will be posting an interview of the author. 636 more words


Issue: Anime Official Art Versus Fan Art

The biggest question mark was to determine if the Anime art that you have acquired or seen was an official or a fan art one. 750 more words


Stolen Klimt Mystery on BBC Website

BBC News Magazine ran a feature today (12/8) about the mystery of a painting by Gustav Klimt stolen nearly 20 years ago. It is a quick read that is definitely a made-for-Hollywood caper. 20 more words

Art Theft

What is and isn’t considered art theft is a hot, controversial topic. Art theft is a nasty thing, and is a much more touchy subject that many artists don’t seem to realize. 664 more words