A work of fiction, B.A. Shapiro’s The Art Forger, actually enticed me to read Master Thieves, a nonfiction account of the Gardener Museum’s unsolved 1990 art heist. Stephen Kurkjian‘s primary sources and journalist’s style leads readers on a journey through the underworld of Boston to uncover possibilities to solve this twenty-five-year-old crime. His personal involvement in the story and contacts in the FBI and the mob make each scenario credible. Art historian, true crime aficionado, and mystery lover alike will be captivated to learn more about the clues and the suspects. Some may even want to get involved. After all, there is a $5,000,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the thirteen stolen art pieces.