My warm thanks to David Cuin, Canadian artist and author, for his review of A Matter of Perspective on Amazon.com. He writes: “Bill Breckon has woven an intriguing mystery around historical people, places and events that are very familiar to him and to us. Renaissance Florence gave us names such as Brunelleschi, Donatello, Ghiberti, the Medici and the engineering marvel of the Cathedral dome and Breckon gives them each form, life and interplay within the context of the story. I would wager that the young, conflicted protagonist will find a place in other Medici intrigues. A page-turning mystery tale for a bad weather day.”
You could read it on a sunny day, perhaps on a sun-lounger in the garden of The Watermill at Posara, our hero’s birthplace. If you come on one of our famous painting holidays of creative writing courses and bring a copy of the book, I’ll gladly sign it for you.
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