Dominick's Van Gogh begins where Wall Street Blues leaves off. Author Jerome Tuccille gave us a behind-the-scenes look at Wall Street wheeling and ... Show synopsis Dominick's Van Gogh begins where Wall Street Blues leaves off. Author Jerome Tuccille gave us a behind-the-scenes look at Wall Street wheeling and dealing in his earlier novel, and his latest Work of fiction offers an insider's view of mob influence in the art world. Readers who enjoyed The Godfather and The Pope of Greenwich Village are sure to find much to hold their interest in Dominick's Vatz Gogh. The novel opens with the theft of seven priceless paintings from a Madison Avenue art gallery in New York City, and ends with a high-speed chase along the coast of Rhode Island. Along the way we are introduced to a proverbial rogues' gallery of unsavory characters -- mobsters, art dealers, crooked insurance agents, seductive nurses, and Dominick. It is up to Dominick's son Paul to unravel, the mystery as his father lies comatose in intensive care while a fortune in stolen paintings -- including a Van Gogh -- are hidden in the cellar of his apartment building in the Bronx.