Whatever happened to the last painting of Mark Rothko? According to rumor Rothko gave it to two Russian spinsters in Atlanta in 1970. But they’re dead and the painting has vanished. Art historian Helena Gandolfi learns from her young friend, Justine Foxcroft, that her uncle, real estate agent Finny McGinley, has the painting stashed in a closet. Determined to keep the work secret, Helena and Justine hide it.
Drawn into the high stakes world of the art industry, they become the targets of surgeon and ruthless collector, Ouruk Zaron. With lives and the painting in peril, Helena resorts to a dangerous ruse. But is the work of art worth the risk? Who will find it first? The art lovers or the art wolves? And what difference does it make?
Telling Little, Telling All is a compelling mystery that explores the difficult choices between art and commerce.