The Traitor's Mark

The Traitor's Mark

Book - 2015
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Based on the true story of the unsolved disappearance of Hans Holbein--famed portrait-painter of Henry VIII--this atmospheric historical novel evokes an underworld of Tudor politics and intrigue.
Publisher: New York : Pegasus Crime, 2015.
Edition: 1st Pegasus Books hardcover ed.
ISBN: 9781605989259
1605989258
Characteristics: 465 p. : map ; 24 cm.

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dragonstorm64
Jan 31, 2018

States it is historical about a real crime, the disappearance of the court painter Hans Holbein. The only history you get from this book is the painter disappears, Henry the VIII is king and the country is embroiled in political & religious turmoil. Characters were flat and hardly developed. The book is not balanced and decidedly one sided. Spoiler, the mystery of the painter's disappearance isn't historically investigated at all. Historical fiction? More like a completely fictitious story that is placed in history. Disappointing read.

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carolannbagan
Jul 27, 2016

a must read for all medeval mystery nuts

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