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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Shattered Legacy by Lora Leigh , Paperback. At first glance, the villains of the story seem to be the two grandsons of Lord Beaverbrook: Maxwell Aitken, who chairs the U. Timothy Aitken is clearly a man who likes to get his own way, and this is weaved through the pages. But as the missing pieces of the puzzle come together, it becomes clear Poitras views Beaverbrook as the real villain. Beaverbrook guarded the painting with jealously, even refusing a request from the National Gallery to borrow it for an exhibition.
Lord Beaverbrook emerged from the dispute a diminished giant, a figure whose time, like that of his beloved British Empire, had passed. His day of reckoning had come.
Poitras gathers personal correspondence, including interviews of the arresting cast of characters, rips through the press headlines, and does his own detective work with the help of two blue-chip Toronto law firms to create this riveting account of a bitter battle that rocked the art world on both sides of the Atlantic.
This is a complicated story, full of shocking revelations, along with a cast of eccentric characters, written in a journalist-style that presents each side of the case, before hammering down on final judgement. It will be published in the fall of She can be reached at desiree. Top News.