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Because there is no greater mystery than he mystery of life itself.

Driven by his rival into a creative abyss, Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape artist, has lost his muse. This is the story of his brave and tenacious struggle for his light and inspiration.

A momentous clash between two famous artists—Wainwright and Rinaldo— drives the tale. Their visions of a
Paperback, 334 pages
Published June 2010 by iUniverse
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Jul 13, 2014 Mary E. Martin added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Of course, I'm not going to review my own writing and put my biases on parade. You can read reviews elsewhere. However, I'd like to tell you how I met Alexander Wainwright, Britain's finest landscape painter and star of the entire Trilogy of Remembrance. He came from a challenge to me from another writer to write something other than a murder mystery. At the time, I'm afraid that genre was rather "looked down upon" and I had just completed The Osgoode Trilogy which was inspired by my many years ...more
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I’m a born and bred Torontonian! Almost every culture and language is here. The city affects my writing both as a setting and ways of looking at a world with such immense variety.
Toronto is the setting for my first novel, Conduct in Question, in The Osgoode Trilogy, inspired by my many years of law practice here. Harry Jenkins, the protagonist of the trilogy, seeks love, compassion, forgiveness
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