The Gold of Troy by Robert L. Fish
To recover a lost treasure, an American and a Russian face off against a killer
Berlin is lost, but the Nazis have not given up hope. As their soldiers battle the Red Army for every inch of the capital, a detachment of Russians search the bunker underneath the Berlin Zoo, where Hitler’s army stored the finest art treasures of the Reich. The bunker is empty by the time Sergeant Kolenko enters it—save for a rusted old trunk that holds nothing but gold knickknacks. Kolenko’s men don’t know it yet, but they have unearthed the treasures of the lost city of Troy.
Decades later, the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art receives a letter saying that the treasure will be auctioned off. To get her hands on it, she will have to face off against the CIA, the KGB, and a killer who will do anything for gold.
“Vivid, humorous, daring and shrewd.” —Anthony Boucher on the Captain José Da Silva Mysteries
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