New Reviews: “gripping,” “riveting” and “slickly written.”

The Economist calls it a “slickly written and well researched detective story.”

Sunday’s Los Angeles Times review calls it “a gripping narrative spiked with vivid character sketches,” and “a riveting cautionary tale.”

In the Jewish Journal, Jonathan Kirsch calls it “another epic of avarice and greed in an American institution that is perceived as “too big to fail.”

“If you are looking for an international thriller for your summer reading, or a book about the art world, or a hard-hitting investigative report about law, business and finance, you will find all three in the pages of Chasing Aphrodite,” Kirsch writes.

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