Noah Charney

Books by Noah Charney

Noah Charney studied art history at the Courtauld Institute and Cambridge University. While studying for his PhD he wrote his first novel, The Art Thief, which became an international bestseller. He founded the Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA), a non-profit thinktank, and has worked with the FBI, Scotland Yard, the Dutch police, the Carabinieri and many museums to study the phenomenon of art crime. He is currently professor of art history at the American University of Rome

Interviews where books by Noah Charney were recommended

The best books on Slovenia, recommended by Sam Baldwin

Slovenia has the organised, modern infrastructure of Western Europe, the laid-back lifestyle of Southern Europe, and a generous seasoning of Balkan spice—as well as a Mediterranean coastline with hot summers, Alpine mountains with snowy winters, Tuscany-like terraced vineyards, and caves like Lord of the Rings, says British writer Sam Baldwin. He recommends books to get to know the country he fell in love with and now lives in.

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