In 1978 seven Norman Rockwell paintings and a supposed Renoir, later discovered to be a forgery, were stolen from Elayne Galleries in St. Louis Park. It is still the biggest theft in Minnesota history, and no one was ever convicted for the crime. This is the story of the theft, the investigation, and the twenty-year quest to return the art to its rightful owners.
Brue Rubenstein is a Twin Cities writer and editor who has covered crime and politics since the 1980's, and the author of Greed, Rage, and Love Gone Wrong. He has received numerous awards for investigative journalism.
Hardcover, 192 pages.
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