The Rembrandt Conspiracy

The Rembrandt Conspiracy

Arthur, the son of an art conservator, and his friend Camille suspect that plans are afoot to steal some of the most important portraits in the entire world. The problem is that no one believes them....

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  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)

    DNF at 33% in.Can we leave political agendas out of middle grade books? Thanks. Disappointed, but not surprised....

  • Dorothy Schwab

    The Rembrandt Conspiracy is Deron Hicks’ newest addition to the Lost Art Mystery series. The inclusion of QR codes enhances the National Portrait Museum experience by bringing readers face to face w...

  • Stephanie Rivera

    Twelve-year-old Art Hamilton thinks that someone is trying to rob the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC during the Millennium Exhibit which will showcase up to a billion dollars in paintings...

  • Ms. Yingling

    Did not meet the needs of my collection at this time. There are so many art related middle grade mysteries, and my students have no interest in them. They really prefer murder mysteries or fairly grue...

  • Pam

    I received an electronic ARC from HMH Books for Young Readers through Edelweiss+ and later from NetGalley.Art and Camille are again at the center of solving a spectacular art heist. This time at the N...

  • Sarah

    DISCLAIMER: I received a digital review copy of THE REMBRANDT CONSPIRACY via Edelweiss Above the Treeline in exchange for an honest review. Look, I really, really like middle grade mysteries. Especial...

  • Carolyn

    I adored The Van Gogh Deception. I was not, however, expecting it to be a series. The plot of the first is such that it does not lend itself to multiple books. So naturally Hicks got very creative in ...

  • Hope Hunter

    Art and his father are settled in Washington D.C., adapting to life in one place instead of traveling the globe to visit one museum after another. For Art, this means going to school with his friend C...

  • Katheryne

    I wanted to like this book more than I did. The concept and plot are intriguing. An art theft mystery with a sprinkling of art history and appreciation set in Washington DC is a fabulous idea for a ki...

  • Jaymie

    [I received an electronic review copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.]3.5 stars = Good+Fun art-based mystery with ties to a real-life heist. Nice...