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Eyes Without a Face: The Forbes Trilogy: Part One - Paul Taylor


A daring art theft in Paris leaves law enforcement agencies around the world asking one baffling question: "What do you do with five priceless works of art that you cannot sell?" Enter William Forbes,



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Eyes Without a Face: The Forbes Trilogy: Part One - Paul Taylor


A daring art theft in Paris leaves law enforcement agencies around the world asking one baffling question: "What do you do with five priceless works of art that you cannot sell?" Enter William Forbes,