THE FACELIFT CONTINUES…

I’m delighted to continue Lisabetta’s paranormal quest for recognition by publishing ‘LISABETTA – a stolen smile’ – in September 2021

BOOK 2 of a NEW TRILOGY

OLD SERIES BOOK ONE NEW SERIES BOOK ONE

My original novel, based on the life of Lisabetta Buti, Leonardo da Vinci’s historical half-sister, was begun in 2008 on the 500th anniversary of her death in 1508.

It was published in 2012 under the title ‘Second Lisa’ in three volumes.

In 2019, on the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death I launched book one of a NEW ‘LISABETTA trilogy’: ‘LISABETTA – a stolen glance’.

Book three: ‘LISABETTA – a stolen sister’ will follow in the spring of 2022.

The ‘LISABETTA trilogy’ is an imaginative interpretation. My tribute to the hundreds of unsung female artists of the fifteenth century and in particular… the woman lost behind the ‘Mona Lisa’s smile 

V KNOX

About Veronica Knox

Veronica Knox has a Fine Arts Degree from the University of Alberta, where she studied Art History, Classical Studies, and Painting. In her career as a graphic designer, illustrator, private art teacher, and ‘fine artist,’ she has also worked with the brain-injured and autistic, developing new theories of hand-to-eye-to-mind connection. Veronica lives on the west coast of Canada, supporting local animal rescue shelters, painting, writing, editing other author’s novels, and championing the conservation of tigers and elephants, and their habitats. Her artwork and visuals to support ‘Second Lisa’ may be viewed on her website - www.veronicaknox.com
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