They were the New York art scene's golden couple until Amanda Oliver was found murdered, and her husband Philip confessed to shooting her. But was he a continent away when she died? Art dealer Jackson Wyeth sets out to learn the truth, and uncovers the secrets of Manhattan's galleries and wild parties, a world of beautiful girls growing up too fast and men losing their minds. But even the worst the art world can imagine will seem tame when.
Richard Vine is the managing editor of Art in America, one of the world's most influential fine art publications. He holds a Ph.D. in literature from the University of Chicago and has written hundreds of articles and two nonfiction books on contemporary art. He recently curated exhibitions in India and China. In earlier days, he worked in steel mills, a locked psychiatric ward, and was a beach bum in Hawaii. SOHO SINS is his first novel.