Martin of Gfenn is an award-winning work of historical fiction, the story of a young artist living in Zürich in the mid-thirteenth century. When he is nineteen, Martin contracts leprosy. He fights physical deterioration and social stigma to do what he believes he was meant to do – paint fresco. His short journey takes him from the streets of a swiftly growing Zürich to a to a small enclave of the Knights of Saint Lazarus, in the village of Gfenn.
I believe — and have been told by some of Martin of Gfenn’s readers — that people who enjoyed Ken Follett’s Pillars of the Earth will enjoy Martin of Gfenn AND my second novel, Savior and Savior’s stand-alone sequel, The Brothers Path.
Martin of Gfenn, Savior and The Brothers Path are IndieBRAG Medallion honorees. Martin of Gfenn was named Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society Indie Reviews in 2015 and has been short-listed for the 2017 Chaucer Award by Chanticleer Reviews.
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