In the annals of fine art theft, no case has matchedfor sheer criminal panachethe heist at Russborough in 1986. The Irish police knew right away that the mastermind was a brazen Dublin gangster named Martin Cahill. Yet the great plunderincluding a Goya and a Vermeerremained at large for years until the challenge of disposing of such famous works forced Cahill to reach outside the mob and into the international arena. When he did, his pursuers were waiting.
With the storytelling skill of a novelist and the nose of a detective, Matthew Hart follows the twists and turns of this celebrated case....Continua