The first pre-publication review of Rogues’ Gallery is in and it’s a doozy. “The author clearly relishes dishing the dirt, but he also offers a supremely detailed history of the museum,” says Kirkus Reviews in its April 1 issue. “Gross’s portrait of Met politics is sharp and well-constructed, and readers will marvel at how the institution transcended the bickering and backhanded power plays to become one of the largest and most prestigious museums in the world. A deft rendering of the down-and-dirty politics of the art world.”