‘Believable, page-turning and memorable.’ Lela Michael, S.P. ReviewBook 1 of the award-winning Historical Fiction series The Troubadours QuartetHistorical Novel Society Editor’s ChoiceWinner of the Global Ebooks Award for Best Historical FictionFinalist in the Wishing Shelf Awards and the Chaucer Awards1150: ProvenceOn the run from abuse, Estela wakes in a ditch with only her lute, her amazing voice, and a dagger hidden in her underskirt. Her talent finds a patron in Aliénor of Aquitaine and more than a music tutor in the Queen’s finest troubadour and Commander of the Guard, Dragonetz los Pros.Weary of war, Dragonetz uses Jewish money and Moorish expertise to build that most modern of inventions, a papermill, arousing the wrath of the Church. Their enemies gather, ready to light the political and religious powder-keg of medieval Narbonne.Set in the period following the Second Crusade, Jean Gill’s spellbinding romantic thrillers evoke medieval France with breathtaking accuracy. The characters leap off the page and include amazing women like Eleanor of Aquitaine and Ermengarda of Narbonne, who shaped history in battles and in bedchambers.‘One of the best historical novels I’ve read in a long time.’Paul Trembling, Dragonslayer
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