The compelling story of a young woman’s journey to unravel the past and unlock her future.

Coming October 2022

 

 

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The compelling story of a young woman’s journey to unravel the past and unlock her future.

Coming October 2022

About Attribution

A suspenseful tale of a modern heroine who brings a hidden seventeenth century masterpiece to life by upending art history in a desperate journey to save her future and rescue her family from grief.

About Linda

Linda Moore is an author, traveler and a recovering gallery owner. She studied art history at the Prado while a student at Complutense University of Madrid and received degrees from the University of California and Stanford University. Her gallery featured contemporary Hispanic artists. She has published award-winning exhibition catalogs and her writing has appeared in art journals and anthologies. Born in the Midwest, she resides with her husband in California when not spending time at their cottage on Kauai or traveling the world.

Praise for Attribution

“Desperate for meaning and to fill the hole left by her younger brother's death, an art historian searches for a lost painting-and finds herself. Gorgeously written, and as rapturous as a Van Gogh, Moore's book is a winner."

—Caroline Leavitt, New York Times Bestselling Author of Pictures of You and With or Without You

 

“Moore’s passion for art, and her deep knowledge of the field, makes Attribution as beautifully rendered as the mysterious painting at the center of its gripping mystery. An engrossing debut about the importance and power of truth.”

—Stacey Swann, author of Good Morning America Book Club Pick Olympus, Texas

 

"Moore knocked me out with this high concept, arthouse puzzle. I was on my heels the whole time, in the best way, gobbling up the next clue as the book pushes toward an evocative crescendo. A fascinating debut."

Josh Mohr, Author of Model Citizen: A Memoir

 

 

Attribution is an intriguing art-historical fantasia. I loved reading it!”

—Edward J. Sullivan, Professor of the History of Art, New York University

"Moore delivers a riveting, flawlessly paced plot full of unforgettable characters, satisfying turns, and the complex workings of an art world the author knows intimately. . . . At stake are the reputations of leading historians, the legacy of one of the great master painters, and the brilliance of the women relegated to their shadows—until now."

—Angela Pneuman, award-winning author of Home Remedies and Lay It on My Heart