How the Indiana Jones of the art world took on neo-Nazis and the criminal underworld to solve the mystery of Hitler's favourite statue.
Arthur Brand (Author)
Arthur Brand is one of the world's most prominent art detectives, recovering lost treasures such as Hitler's horses, and paintings by Dali and Picasso. The total value of the cases solved by Brand is estimated at over 220 million euros.
Jane Hedley-Pr le (Translator)
Jane Hedley-Pr le studied German and Dutch in the UK before settling in the Netherlands, where she works for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her book translations include Mazel Tov by J.S. Margot, What About Me? by Paul Verhaeghe, The Republic- A Novel by Joost de Vries and The Fetish Room by Rudi Rotthier and Redmond O'Hanlon.
The Indiana Jones of the art world
Reads like a novel by John Le Carré
Forget the film The Monuments Men, in which George Clooney saves art from the hands of the Nazi’s. The way in which two massive bronze horses from Hitler’s personal art collection were retrieved – featuring Russian generals and Nazi descendants – is better than the movies