In 1938 the Sonderprojekte is established under the watchful eye of Adolf Hitler, aka The Collector - and Germany begins to 'acquire' the great artworks of Europe. Twenty-six-year-old Ernst Vogler is sent to Rome to collect a famous marble statue, The Discus Thrower, and return with it to Berlin in three days. Those few days will change his life forever.
worked as a freelance jouranlist and travel writer before becoming a novelist. Her debut, The Spanish Bow, was translated into eleven languages and was a New York Times Editor's Choice title. Born in Chicago, Andromeda now lives with her husband and children in Anchorage, Alaska. The Art Lover is her second novel.