The beautiful, blonde granddaughter to an aged, sickly, wheelchair-bound grandfather tries to recruit a reluctant Lovejoy to be part of his great enterprise aimed at the liberation of all the great artworks of the slowly dying city of Venice before the ravages of humidity, pollution, and the rising Adriatic cause them irreparable damage. When Lovejoy initially learns the project includes a factory churning out forgeries as fast as they can be substituted for the originals, he changes his mind and signs up with the operation but not before becoming acquainted with a very beautiful but seemingly ubiquitous Venitian tour guide.
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Lady Jane Felsham
Why does Lovejoy spend half his life in seedy rooms, doing seedy deals with seedy people?
He's good at it.