The Sign of the Weeping Virgin by Alana J. White
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Still very unsure how I feel about this trend towards well-known historical figures solving mysteries. In this case, Gian'Antonio Vespucci is less well-known than his nephew, Amerigo but still... This was also pretty light on the mystery part as well and one (the weeping virgin of the title) not really solved by the end.
Still, for those who really love the Renaissance this is a good look into that era with plenty of historical background and atmosphere.