Degas’s The Chorus was stolen on December 31, 2009 or January 1, December 2010 from the Cantini Museum in Marseilles, France. The Chorus was on loan from the D’Orsay Museum in Paris, along with twenty other pieces. No other items were taken. At the time of the theft, The Chorus was valued at $1.1 million.
Author Terri Berr lives in a suburb of Washington, DC. Being a former USAF brat, she loves to travel. In between destinations, she occupies her time by reading away. Dorothy Parker, O. Henry, Edgar Allan Poe, and Phyllis McGinley are some of her favorites.
Terri Berr has a B.A. in English from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She also studied publishing at George Washington University, in Washington, DC. The Angel And The Agent is her first novel.
Berr’s pastimes include sewing, fiber arts, and photography.
Her husband, Joe Johnson is a seasoned IT specialist. He is also an accomplished artist. They have a miniature schnauzer, Brandy, and a rescue Yorkie, Auggie.