Jack Legare’s the last person you’d enlist to recover five priceless paintings stolen twenty-five years ago. He can’t tell a Matisse from a Monet. He has no background in law enforcement. He’s about to go broke, and his inner circle think he’s an idiot for abandoning Wall Street to buy a money-pit marina in Bumluck, Rhode Island.

But a former client recognizes Legare’s unique skills and woos him to join her quest to reclaim the masterpieces. He in turn finds a no-holds-barred resource in Helen Chan, a longtime ally with a shadowy past. The more they uncover, the more questions they raise until the two are taken by a sicko who threatens to shoot Helen until his gun goes click, click, click and, well, you get the picture.

If you’re sick of waiting for authorities to solve the real-life robbery of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, disappear with The Pell Heist. You might wonder what’s real and what’s fiction.

Jack Legare’s the last person you’d enlist to recover five priceless paintings stolen twenty-five years ago. He can’t tell a Matisse from a Monet. He has no background in law enforcement. He’s about to go broke, and his inner circle think he’s an idiot for abandoning Wall Street to buy a money-pit marina in Bumluck, Rhode Island.

But a former client recognizes Legare’s unique skills and woos him to join her quest to reclaim the masterpieces. He in turn finds a no-holds-barred resource in Helen Chan, a longtime ally with a shadowy past. The more they uncover, the more questions they raise until the two are taken by a sicko who threatens to shoot Helen until his gun goes click, click, click and, well, you get the picture.

If you’re sick of waiting for authorities to solve the real-life robbery of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, disappear with The Pell Heist. You might wonder what’s real and what’s fiction.

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About Norb

The New York Times describes my novels as “money porn,” “a red-hot franchise,” and “glittery thrillers about fiscal malfeasance.” Through fiction I explore the dark side of money and focus on the motivations of those who have it, want more, and will steamroll anybody who gets in their way.

I wasn’t always an author. I spent most of my career in private wealth management with several brokerage firms, primarily Morgan Stanley, and with a registered investment adviser in New York City. Back then, I always thought the people of Wall Street and their clients—smart, goofy, the complete spectrum from good to evil—would make great characters in novels.

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About Norb

The New York Times describes my novels as “money porn,” “a red-hot franchise,” and “glittery thrillers about fiscal malfeasance.” Through fiction I explore the dark side of money and focus on the motivations of those who have it, want more, and will steamroll anybody who gets in their way.

I wasn’t always an author. I spent most of my career in private wealth management with several brokerage firms, primarily Morgan Stanley, and with a registered investment adviser in New York City. Back then, I always thought the people of Wall Street and their clients—smart, goofy, the complete spectrum from good to evil—would make great characters in novels.

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