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The crime behind the heist

Author David Hosp uses the backdrop of the Gardner Museum art theft to tell a Boston crime story in “Among Thieves.’’ Author David Hosp uses the backdrop of the Gardner Museum art theft to tell a Boston crime story in “Among Thieves.’’ (George Rizer/Globe Staff/File 2007)
By Sam Allis
Globe Staff / February 12, 2010

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Attorney David Hosp is an intellectual property litigator in Boston for Goodwin Procter who has managed to write three thrillers during his 14 years there. His recently released fourth book is a fictional account of the unsolved theft of priceless paintings at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum 20 years ago next month, believed to be the biggest art heist in ... (Full article: 510 words)

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