The Scrivener (Cragg & Fidelis)

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Robin Blake is a novelist, art critic and acclaimed biographer of Anthony Van Dyck and George Stubbs. Born and brought up in Preston, he has lived and worked in Bulgaria and Istanbul and has now lived for many years in London. For more see: WWW.ROBINBLAKE.CO.UK Or follow on Twitter: @RobinBlakeUK

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