Ralph Frammolino

'Chasing Aphrodite'

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Co-author, with Los Angeles Times reporter Jason Felch, of Chasing Aphrodite: The Hunt for Looted Antiquities at the World's Richest Museum

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A new book called  Chasing Aphrodite  is subtitled "the hunt for looted antiquities at the world’s richest museum." That, of course, would be the Getty here in Los Angeles.

Crime and Culture at the World’s Richest Museum

A new book called Chasing Aphrodite is subtitled "the hunt for looted antiquities at the world’s richest museum." That, of course, would be the Getty here in Los Angeles.

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