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My brilliant friend and betrayer, Inigo Philbrick

Orlando Whitfield remains tortured by his association with the charming art dealer convicted of wire fraud worth $86 million in 2022. But whose story is it to tell?

1 June 2024

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1 June 2024

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All That Glitters: A Story of Friendship, Fraud and Fine Art Orlando Whitfield

Profile, pp.336, 20

‘Inigo has never asked me not to write this book, but I had come to wonder whether I would have had the courage to write it were he not imprisoned,’ confesses Orlando Whitfield in his coruscating memoir of his friendship with Inigo Philbrick. He was the art dealer whose meteoric career exploded in spectacular style when he was convicted, aged 35, of wire fraud in 2022.

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