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The Medici Guns by Martin Woodhouse

The Medici Guns (1974)

by Martin Woodhouse, Robert Ross, Martin Woodhouse

Series: Medici (1)

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Lorenzo di Medici faces an extraordinary problem; a mercenary army in the pay of his enemies holds a vital castle. To solve the problem, Lorenzo calls upon an extraordinary man; Leonardo da Vinci. This is the plot of a fascinating romp through an alternate history that is quite plausible and a very fun read. The portrayal of Leonardo as an action hero and capable leader, as well as artist and eccentric genius, and a colorful cast of characters, makes this book very enjoyable. ( )
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