In this 10th entry of the Allon saga, Gabriel has retreated with his wife Chiara to the seclusion of the rugged Cornwall coast, where he is interrupted by Julian Isherwood, an eccentric art dealer with a problem. An art restorer has been murdered and a portrait by Rembrandt stolen. Gabriel is persuaded to follow the trail of clues to find the painting and those responsible. From Amsterdam to Buenos Aires and finally to Lake Geneva, Switzerland, Gabriel uncovers the deadly secrets associated with this artwork:from Swiss bank accounts laden with money stolen from the Jews by the Nazis to illegal shipments of centrifuges to Iran to enrich uranium for its undercover nuclear program. With so many plot twists it is tough to keep up, this great fast-paced read also reminds us that evil men will do almost anything for money.