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MONA LISA: The Virgin Mother By J.J. Barrie,

  • Title: MONA LISA: The Virgin Mother
  • Author: J.J. Barrie
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Mona Lisa was stolen from her place of repose in the Salon Carr in the finest museum in the world, the Louvre, on 21 August 1911 and returned in 1913 That much is fact in 1986, it happened all over again The date was 25 July, 1986 To business, Ladybird you and I are going to steal a small painting for a fee of two and a quarter million dollars after G rThe Mona Lisa was stolen from her place of repose in the Salon Carr in the finest museum in the world, the Louvre, on 21 August 1911 and returned in 1913 That much is fact in 1986, it happened all over again The date was 25 July, 1986 To business, Ladybird you and I are going to steal a small painting for a fee of two and a quarter million dollars after G rard, no doubt, has taken his cut Paul paused until the waiter placed the coffees down in front of them We have a few days to review the whole idea before we commit I ve told G rard we will decide by this coming Friday and then if we go ahead, we have maybe three weeks to complete the task And where is this Holy Grail located Close by in fact just over the road at the Louvre Oh, great, with their security, why not try something easy, like the vaults of the Banque de Paris, she mocked quietly Whispering almost into his ear, she pondered whether to kiss or nibble Deciding to lightly kiss, she added, Next thing you will tell me we are going to steal the Mona Lisa Quite right, my dear exactement, madame Merde We are plainly mad Mona Lisa The Virgin Mother is the compelling story of the intrigue surrounding the 1986 robbery of Da Vinci s icon of the art world An enthralling and engaging scheme of double cross, conspiracy, murder and a deadly vendetta Set in modern day Paris, the persuasive plot moves from Florence and Hong Kong, to Nice and Majorca a tale rich in atmosphere and alive with the imagery of the locales and an unexpected conclusion Le Colonel G rard Colbert, and Paul Davaine, once again combine their talents with Ladybird, Europe s premier jewel thief After eight years in the Legion, twenty had followed in the clandestine Deuxiemme Bureauof the Securiti Nationale Finally heading that shady equivalent of the CIA or MI6, Colbert attained the highest rank outside the services that of full Colonel In retirement, his business was merely a cover for all manner of covert operations robberies, insurance frauds, assassinations and accidents His main operative, Paul Davaine, was born Simon Rosenberg After the war he joined the exodus of orphaned Jewish children to Israel where, in time, Mossad recruited and trained him as an assassin Returning to his beloved France as an infamous Nazi huntes, a consuming hatred burned in him, such that few of his captives ever made it back to Israel for trial La Coccinelle, the legendary Ladybird, remained Europe s most mysterious jewel thief In another life, she was the daughter of one of England s most enigmatic baronets, the Earl of Berkeley The aristocratic family, though not one of the oldest, was certainly amongst its wealthiest Lady Annabel Peregrine Forster, thirty four, twice married and divorced, lived as she always had a life of excitement, privilege and luxury Although able to buy those she stole many times over, her insatiable penchant for diamonds drove her A tall, handsome woman, chic and Paris elegant with a model s figure, her lustrous black hair was cropped fashionably short Behind the slightly olive complexion was a tenacious mind Not a person to trifle with a markswoman and fitness fanatic, she was clever and intelligent Annabel was successful because she was careful, her tradecraft such that she instinctively took extraordinary precautions She was simply the best.
    MONA LISA The Virgin Mother The Mona Lisa was stolen from her place of repose in the Salon Carr in the finest museum in the world the Louvre on August and returned in That much is fact in it happened all ove

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