Master painter Hans Memling is without peer in the artistic world
of fifteenth-century Bruges. But when he falls in love with the
Princess Marie, daughter of his powerful patron, the Duke of
Burgundy, his life begins to unravel. Made reckless by his passion
for Marie, Hans accepts an invitation to visit old allies in
London. But there he will find himself plunged into the final
stages of the War of the Roses and embroiled in one of the greatest
political mysteries of all time. At once a spellbinding historical
thriller and a vivid examination of the artistic impulse, The
Master of Bruges is an enthralling debut. 'A stunning debut . . .
An intelligent and exciting new voice in historical fiction'
Lancashire Evening Post
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