The Woman Who Stole Vermeer by Anthony M. Amore, Read by Karen Cass
A Fantastic True Story
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Karen Cass vividly reads this captivating audiobook from Anthony M. Amore, The Woman Who Stole Vermeer. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Alan Minskoff discuss this true story of a 1970s aristocrat turned revolutionary. Wealthy Rose Dugdale, who begins as a conservative debutante who attends Oxford and earns a Ph.D in Economics, transforms into a radical supporter of the IRA. She not only becomes a political revolutionary but masterminds a world-class art theft, including a Vermeer. Cass situates the listener with her apt English and Irish accents. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile’s website.
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