James Devlin is a celebrated artist whose past is as blank as an empty canvas. When Jan Bilowski brings a painting – a gift to her dead sister – into Mark Lewis’s gallery, she tells him it was created by a seventeen-year-old boy called Charlie. Why then does the work look exactly like a James Devlin – painted a whole decade before the artist’s career began on the other side of the country?
A clever novel with an ingenious plot
Well-written mystery, with a touch of romance.
A satisfying, stylish debut from someone with insider knowledge of the art world and an eye for beauty.
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Michael Levitt is a practising surgeon and health bureaucrat, art collector and writer.
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