Rembrandt's Angel

Genre: Action Adventure, Conspiracy Thrillers, Mystery

Book Summary

To what lengths would you go to recover a stolen masterpiece? Scotland Yard’s Art and Antiques Inspector Esther Brookstone goes the extra mile. She and paramour/sidekick Bastiann van Coevorden, an Interpol agent, set out to outwit the dealers of stolen art and recover “An Angel with Titus’ Features,” a Rembrandt painting stolen by the Nazis in World War Two. Their efforts lead to much more, as they uncover an international conspiracy that threatens Europe. During their dangerous adventures, their relationship solidifies and becomes a full-blown romance.


“A deftly crafted and consistently riveting read from beginning to end. ‘Rembrandt’s Angel’ showcases author Steven Moore’s genuine flair for originality and his impressive mastery of the Mystery/Suspense genre. While unreservedly recommended for community library collections, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of dedicated mystery buffs that ‘Rembrandt’s Angel’ is also available in digital book format.”–Midwest Book Review

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About the Author

I was born in California and have lived in various parts of the U.S. and Colombia, South America. I always wanted to be a storyteller but had to postpone that dream to work in academia and R&D as a scientist. My travels around Europe, South America, and the U.S., for work or pleasure, taught me a lot about the human condition and our wonderful human diversity, a learning process that started during my childhood in California’s San Joaquin Valley. That childhood was filled with many hours of enjoyable reading, and I'm still an avid reader. My wife and I now live in Montclair, NJ, just thirteen miles west of the Lincoln Tunnel.

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