The Gardner Heist: The True Story of the World's Largest Unsolved Art Theft - Ulrich Boser This book grabbed me by the ears and wouldn't let me go until the last page was turned.

I love the Gardner. Years ago, I went there without knowing anything about the robbery, and just loved the charm of the empty frames on the wall. At the same time, the museum seems almost frenetic, the way the art looks thrown on the walls. Once I realized why those frames were empty, I was hooked. I looked up the stolen pieces, tried to remember if I'd seen them somewhere. I was almost certain I had, but where?

Maybe that's why I liked this so much. Because I can absolutely see myself getting as lost in the mystery as Smith or Boser did.

Seriously.