In 1994, two men using only a ladder and a hammer managed to steal one of the world’s best-known paintings. Author Edward Dolnick tells the story of the stealing of Edvard Munch’s "Scream" and the half-English, half-American undercover cop who tried to bring the thieves to justice.

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  • Edward Dolnick author of "Down the Great Unknown" and "Madness on the Couch," has written for the "Boston Globe," the "Atlantic Monthly," and the "New York Times Magazine."

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