"Terrific... reads like a spy novel, but this meticulously reported book has the added virtue of being completely true... one of the great undercover stings in recent U.S. history."
-Andrea Mitchell, NBC News
"A riveting new book, tells the thrilling inside story of an elite team of Homeland Security operatives."
-New York Daily News
"Vivid... An impressive and important work... has the glamor of a spy novel with the gravity of a meticulously researched expose."
-Best Books of July, Christian Science Monitor
"Heart-pounding... so riveting I couldn't put it down... This book stuns."
"A cross between a great detective story and an intricate spy yarn from John le Carre, with a cast of burly American agents, slippery international arms dealers, and an Iranian agent who leaves government service to make a few more bucks."
- NPR Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman, in The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Exciting and eye-opening... a character-driven symphony of moving parts, with fascinating personalities."
- Publisher's Weekly
"Reads fast... you don't have to be some war or political junkie to enjoy this book."
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"Takes you into the world of smugglers, snitches and secret agents... a real-life cloak-and-dagger adventure, with American lives hanging in the balance."
- Matt Apuzzo, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Enemies Within
Praise for Priceless
"Genius... Riveting... Should be a TV series."
— The Los Angeles Times
"A rollicking memoir... investigative details dazzle...
PRICELESS can read at times, not unpleasantly, as if an art history textbook got mixed up at the printer with a screenplay for THE WIRE
— The New York Times
"Almost every case he recounts has enough intrigue and suspense for a Hollywood screenplay.
— The Washington Post
"Authoritative and superbly crafted, PRICELESS is absolutely, hands down, the best book ever written on art crime."
— Associated Press