An Alexander Crown novel, book 2 This is Alexander Crown's most intricate and emotional passage, weaving through intense challenges when he unravels a renaissance secret that will get him killed, yet he moves forward in neither a safe nor clear future filled with lies and truths.
His heist at the Cannes Film Festival exposed a Renaissance discovery so profound the French Secret Service wants Alexander Crown dead. Iktar Stanktar intends to kill him. Isabella Borghini seeks redemption. Euro Wodehouse craves his love. The philanthropist only cares about the children in his orphanage. Alexander Crown is the “Vitruvian Man”: the measure of all things.