Stone's Fall by Iain Pears
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Stone's Fall Summary
In his most dazzling novel since the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller An Instance of the Fingerpost, Iain Pears tells the story of John Stone, financier and arms dealer, a man so wealthy that in the years before World War One he was able to manipulate markets, industries, and indeed entire countries and continents.
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"British author Pears matches the brilliance of his bestselling An Instance of the Fingerpost with this intricate historical novel." - Publishers Weekly
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Iain Pears Author Biography
Iain Pears has worked as an art historian, a television consultant, and a journalist in England, France, Italy, and the United States. He is the author of the highly praised Art History Mysteries, the novel An Instance of the Fingerpost, a book of art history, and countless articles on artistic, financial, and historical subjects. He lives in Oxford, England.
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