Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
An ingenious thief steals Michelangelo's Pieta, worth $30 billion in the farce. The trouble is, he has no buyers and so lets an American gangster have it for $40 and a spaghetti dinner. Meanwhile, the Vatican, not wanting the abduction to become public, sends out a priest to find the thieves and retrieve the statue. The priest, a former Indy 500 winner, proves himself to be more than well-equipped for job.
America, art-theft, chase, diner, fencing [sport], gangster, priest, rare, robbery, selling, speed, statue, tracking [following], Vatican