“I loved the concept of this book. An art exhibit that is buried to be dug up 30 years later with great fanfare? That's brilliant and then when a skeleton is discovered in the remains of the buried art exhibit during the very public exhumation of that exhibit? Also brilliant! ... the book itself that will keep you turning pages but won't give you nightmares... [It] reminded me very much of early Aaron Elkins books which I gobbled up by the handful years ago. It was fascinating to get a look into the French legal system, attitudes on art, on homosexual lifestyles, and just day to day life in Paris.” —I Wish I Lived in a Library. Read full review here.