The Gilded Seal book. James Twining was born in London but spent much of his childhood in Paris.
The Gilded Seal book. Determined to avenge his friend's death, former art thief Tom Kirk. After graduating from Christ Church, Oxford with a first-class degree in French Literature, he joined the investment bank UBS, working in their corporate finance division. In 1999 he left to set up his own company and in 2001 was named as one of the eight 'Best of Young British' entrepreneurs in The New Statesman. James lives in London with his wife, Victoria, and is now a full-time writer. Twining wrote his first book The Double Eagle in 2003.
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The Gilded Seal Twining James HarperCollins USA 9780061671869 : THE GILDED SEAL, the third book in the thrilling Tom Kirk series, is a high-wire act of fast-paced narrative and engaging myster.
Twining wrote his first book "The Double Eagle" in 2003 and was signed up by agency Curtis Brown. Twining's third novel staring Tom Kirk, titled "The Gilded Seal", was published in the UK in October 2007. It was published by Harper Collins in the UK and USA in 2005. A sequel, "The Black Sun", was published in 2006. Both books feature art thief Tom Kirk and are set in the art world and underworld. In each case, Twining builds a modern day thriller involving art theft around a series of historical events and/or artifacts.
The Gilded Seal Текст. What does that mean?’ ‘Only one way to find out,’ Tom said as he reached into the desk for his address book. Have you seen the time?’ she warned him. ‘He’s up to something,’ he muttered, nodding at the stolen obelisk and the empty envelope.