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McAuley, Paul J. Pasquale's Angel. Morrow 1995.
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McAuley, Paul J. Pasquale's Angel. Translated to the French as Les Conjurés de Florence, Denoël 1998.
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McAuley, Paul J. Pasquale's Angel. Translated to the German as Pasquales Florenz, Bastei-Lübbe 1997.

McAuley, Paul J. Pasquale's Angel
Divergence: c 1470 CE
What if: Leonardo da Vinci, the Great Engineer, kicked off the Industrial Revolution three centuries early.
Summary: In 1518 Florence, artist Pasquale and journalist Niccolo Machiavegli investigate a locked-tower murder with implications of possible war with Spain and papal Rome.
Series note: Story "The Temptation of Dr. Stein" is also set in this timeline.
Published: Gollancz 1994 (0575054891), 1995 (0575059176); Morrow/AvoNova 1995 (0688141544w88 android); Avon 1997 (0380778203BUY); and Orion/Millennium 1999 (1857989090).
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Olivier Deparis as Les Conjurés de Florence, Denoël 1998 (2207245624); Gallimard/Folio 2004 (2070302865). (Note: The Gallimard edition also includes the related story "La tentation du Dr Stein", translated from "The Temptation of Dr. Stein" by Marie-Catherine Caillava.).
Translation: German as Pasquales Florenz. Ein Renaissance-Roman, Eichborn 1995, Bastei-Lübbe 1997 (3404127099).
Translation: Portuguese by João Barreiros as {A Invençáo de Leonardo, Saída de Emergência 2005.
Awards: Winner: 1995 Sidewise Award for best long-form alternate history. Nominee: 1995 Arthur C. Clarke Award.

McAuley, Paul J. "The Temptation of Dr. Stein"
Series note: Set in the same timeline as Pasquale's Angel.
Published: In The Mammoth Book of Frankenstein (ed. Stephen Jones), Robinson 1994 (185487330X); The Best New Horror: Volume Six (ed. Stephen Jones), Raven 1995 (1854874217); Asimov's Science Fiction, January 1996; and The Invisible Country, Gollancz 1996 (0575060727BUY), 1997 (0575601892BUY), Harper/Eos 1998 (0380792990BUY).
Original in: English.
Translation: French by Marie-Catherine Caillava as "La tentation du Dr Stein", in Aventures Lointaines 01, Denoël 1999 (2207249565); and Les Conjurés de Florence, Gallimard/Folio 2004 (2070302865).
Translation: Greek by Christodoulos Litharis as "O Pirasmos tou Doctoros Stein", in Apagorevmenos Planitis #4 (January-February 1997).
Translation: Italian by Gianni Pilo as "La tentazione del dottor Stein", in Tutte le storie di Frankenstein (ed. Stephen Jones), Newton & Compton 1996 (8881831996).