The Botticelli Secret Reviews
"Fiorato creates her own masterpiece set at the height of Medici power. Renaissance Italy comes alive in brilliant sights and sounds from marbled halls to filthy sewers. Luciana is irrepressible, unabashed, and an absolute hoot while Guido foils her nicely as the learned, noble Holmes to her Watson." - Booklist
"Da Vinci had a code; now it's Botticelli's turn...Intricate but derivative." - Kirkus Reviews
"Marina Fiorato has fashioned a double tale of artistry, love, and intrigue, plotted as cunningly as her characters commit treachery....It took my breath away." Susan Vreeland, author of Girl in Hyacinth Blue
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