Fiction and Biographies well worth reading for those interested in cultural heritage issues:
Arthur Houghton's "Dark Athena" is a thriller based on the author's own experiences as a curator, diplomat and collector.
Gary Vikan's "Sacred and Stolen" is a biography of a museum director who has served on the Cultural Property Advisory Committee and has been involved in repatriation efforts.
But both share a world view only those who have "been there" can have-- cultural heritage issues are at best gray. They are certainly not black and white. Read them both and see.