The Art Dealer's Wife
Joe Hilley, author
Jack Frazer is an award-winning New York journalist, but he’s in a slump. And his wife is fed up with life in the big city. With his marriage in trouble, and his career stalled, Frazer is on the hunt for a big story that will turn things around. A friend suggests he investigate an art gallery where the deals seem too good to be true. At first, Frazer is reluctant—he isn’t an art critic—then he meets the art dealer’s wife and the story gets more interesting Before long, Frazer is swept up in a dangerous web of intrigue and desire. A Russian mob boss using art as a means of laundering money. A holocaust survivor obsessed with recovering the family art collection that was stolen by the Nazis. And Truman Slater, a young artist, who just wants to survive. Their stories are on the path to a tragic collision and Frazer wants to write about it. But can he survive long enough to tell the tale, and will his wife be waiting for him when it’s over? The art dealer’s wife holds the key.