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Set in Rome
(Lazio
)
 ©1996
  Out of Print

BIO

HERBERT LIEBERMAN is the author of numberous bestselling thrillers, including the New York Times bestseller 'Shadow Dancers', published by St. Martin's Paperbacks. He lives in Chappaqua, New York.

Herbert Lieberman

The Girl with the Botticelli Eyes

JACKET NOTES:  Crafting a character as complex and dangerous as Hannibal Lecter, bestselling author Herbert Lieberman triumphantly returns to the thriller with a chilling tale of madness set against the backdrop of the high-stakes art world.

One man is raising evil to a new art form...
In New York City, Mark Manship, curator at the Met, is staging the most exhaustive Botticelli exhibit in history, and hoping to convince Isobel Cattaneo, the only direct descendant of Botticelli’s chief model, to help promote the show. In Italy, crazed nationalist Ludovico Borghini is terrorizing the art world, slashing priceless canvases and staging his own grotesque “exhibits”--using the human body part of innocent victims as his props. Now, as Borghini has Isobel in his clutches, Manship must summon every fiber of his being to stop a madman bent on destroying everything he hold dear including.. THE GIRL WITH THE BOTTICELLI EYES.
(©St. Martins Paperbacks)