This one’s a peach. “If you thought former J. Paul Getty Museum curator Marion True’s illegally procured antiquities trial was a cause célèbre, don’t miss Rogue’s Gallery,” says The Atlantan‘s Felicia Feaster. “Michael Gross’s 483-page behemoth (on the heels of his equally dishy 740 Park) recounts the prestigious museum’s often-unsavory elitism… early acquisition practices others would call looting and takes on modern-day big wigs like Met vice-chairman, socialite — and Oscar’s honey — Annette de la Renta, whom Gross paints as an avid social climber in this sustained takedown of the rich and famous.”