Some lost in the seventeenth century jewelry, a secret box Rubens, murder and intrigue where nothing is what it seems.
Paris, 1623. A secret letters. Some jewelry missing. An encryption code. A Queen and court painter.
Camogli, Italy, 2010. Break Ann Carrington, Professor of History in the United States, are complicated when he learns of the death of Professor Scoppetta, whom he had summoned to show him some unpublished letters written by Maria de 'Medici, and reveal a secret.
Who is behind this murder? What interests are behind the research that was conducted Professor Scopetta? Ann Carrington Will continue with it and crack the code that Rubens used to communicate with Queen Maria de 'Medicis?
Lorenzo de 'Medici, a direct descendant of the legendary Italian family Medici captivates readers with a novel full of interesting historical details and appealing characters in which recounts one of the most unknown episodes of his illustrious predecessors.
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Rubens code, the last of the Médici, María de Médicis, Médicis
Without a doubt, this historical novel gives us everything that can be asked of a book of this genre. We have the part that speaks with scrupulous fidelity of data and real historical figures. We must add the fiction that involves entering the thinking of these characters from the past, and finally, we have a whole detective plot that manages to hook the reader from the beginning. Three excellent ingredients of a recipe with which many authors dare, but which is not guaranteed success. Only if there is an intense labor of previous documentation to build a solid foundation on which plant the novel, something that happens in Las cartas robadas_El Imparcial
Lorenzo de 'Medici is a direct descendant of the Medici family, one of the most important in history, whose patronage fostered the creation of the greatest works of the Renaissance, was born in Milan (Italy) and spent his childhood in Switzerland. He has lived in the United States and several European countries, currently residing in Portugal. He speaks six languages. He is the author of several historical works, among which: "The Medici, our history". Lorenzo has also written guidebooks: "Florence and Tuscany " and "Golf Courses". As a novelist, has cultivated the historical novel. He has published: "The plot of the Queen", "The secret of Sofonisba", "The Spanish Lover", "The cards stolen" and "Lost Word". Currently, he hosts a series of television documentaries about historical subjects in Germany. He also collaborates in press and radio.
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