Author: Arturo Perez-Reverte
Translator: Chang Jeong
Hardcover / 505 pages
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About This Book
A secret that could have changed the history of Europe is hidden in the chess
game depicted in a fifteenth-century painting. Five centuries later, a young art
expert, a gay antiquarian, and a peculiar chess player team up to unveil the
mystery. They are all pieces in a diabolic chess game in which pieces are taken
and players are murdered.
"Paradoxes and puzzles abound. A sleek, sophisticated, madly clever, chamber mystery about chess, life, and art." -- The New York Times Book Review
About The Author
Arturo Perez-Reverte (Cartagena, Spain, 1951) was a newspaper columnist and former television journalist for twenty-one years. Now he is fully dedicated to literature and is considered one of the top-10 international novelists. His books have been translated into twenty-three languages and published in thirty countries, selling over two million copies worldwide. Four of his books have been made into movies.
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