Several e-mails arrived in the last 24 hours from employees at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One came from inside the Metropolitan bookstore, where the book is apparently banned: “I just find it amusing how many people ask for it.” Another was from someone who works in the museum proper: “I simply wanted to express many thanks [to you] for writing the book Rogue’s Gallery. As a current MET employee, the things I’ve read in [the book] all ring true. I personally think the media is grossly — and intentionally — misinterpreting your objective and concept in writing Rogue’s Gallery.” Needless to say, I won’t reveal who these notes came from.