The Column of Burning Spices: A Novel of Germany’s First Female Physician Hildegard of Bingen Book 2

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Iron Knight Press #ad - Once again, the monks of St. There are several who could become her champions - from the famed Abbot Bernard of Clairvaux, to the Archbishop of Mainz, to the newly elected Pope Eugenius III. The year is 1143. In the column of burning spices, part two of the Hildegard of Bingen series which began with The Greenest Branch, the medieval era comes vividly to life in all its romanticism and splendor.

A fascinating portrayal of one of history’s most remarkable women, Hildegard of Bingen—composer, theologian, mystic, and physician. Lesley, author of The Golden Lynx. The characters and settings come alive on the page, and by the end I felt as if I’d traveled in time to 12th-century Germany. C. P. However, the societal strictures that prevent women from being able to access education and live independent lives are also on display.

The Column of Burning Spices: A Novel of Germany's First Female Physician Hildegard of Bingen Book 2 #ad - She has been saving money from the convent's endowments for years, but in order to establish her own foundation she will need the backing of a powerful man of the Church. Disibod are there to stop her, citing the biblical passages that admonish against “women teachers. Also, abbot kuno is aging, and it is only a matter of time before he is succeeded in the post by Prior Helenger, who wants nothing more than to see Hildegard permanently relegated to the convent’s enclosure.

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The Greenest Branch: A Novel of Germany's First Female Physician Hildegard of Bingen Book 1

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Iron Knight Press #ad - Hauntingly beautiful and meticulously researched. Set against the backdrop of the lush oak forests and sparkling rivers of the rhineland, Elizabeth Chadwick, and love that will appeal to fans of Ken Follett, Umberto Eco, Bernard Cornwell, strength, sacrifice, Margaret Frazer, it is a tale of courage, Conn Iggulden - and to anyone who enjoys strong female protagonists in historical fiction.

When hildegard’s reputation starts to spread throughout the Rhineland, Helenger’s persecution escalates as he fears losing control over the women’s community. Hildegard’s story is inspiring, and her voice feels so real that it’s almost spooky. Jessica cale, the medieval era comes vividly to life in all its romanticism and splendor, author of Tyburn In the Greenest Branch, but the societal strictures that prevent women from being able to access education and live independent lives are also on display.

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Silent Water A Jagiellon Mystery Book 1

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Iron Knight Press #ad - P. This clever and suspenseful murder mystery casts a fresh and sparkling light on the world beloved by fans of The Tudors and The Borgias. Gossip, speculation, and suspicion are rife, but the perpetrator remains elusive as the court heads into the New Year. As the official investigation stalls, Caterina—aided by Sebastian Konarski, a junior secretary in the king’s household—sets out to find the killer.

Lesley, author of Song of the Siren and other novels. It is followed by another a few days later. Silent water is a story of power and its abuse, and the extremes to which a person may go to find redress for justice denied. P. K. She came from italy accompanied by a splendid entourage, including Contessa Caterina Sanseverino who oversees the ladies of the Queen’s Chamber.

Silent Water A Jagiellon Mystery Book 1 #ad - With clues beginning to point to the queen’s innermost circle, the pair are soon racing against time to stop another murder. Caterina is still adjusting to the life in this northern kingdom of cold winters, unfamiliar customs, and an incomprehensible language when a shocking murder rocks the court on Christmas night.

The victims have seemingly nothing in common. Although set at the dawn of the Renaissance era, its themes carry uncanny parallels to some of the most topical social issues of the 21st century. It is christmas 1519 and the royal court in Kraków is in the midst of celebrating the joyous season.

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IMPOSTOR: A Novel Set in the Kingdom of Naples

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#ad - Ferrante's friend and mentor, the fascinating Prince Raimondo di Sangro, offers the naïve Valentina valuable insight on how to overcome these obstacles. Marriage to the harsh nobleman poses difficult challenges. Moved by love for her ward, Valentina, the crafty nun convinces Celeste's only friend, to assume the identity of the bride.

IMPOSTOR: A Novel Set in the Kingdom of Naples #ad - Raised in a convent by the esteemed Sister Assunta, she has little contact with the outside world. Set in naples, drama, italy during the age of Enlightenment, IMPOSTOR embodies the passion, and vibrancy that is "Bella Napoli. ". Although she accepts his advice, an unexpected betrayal threatens to ruin her life.

Celeste is devastated when she learns of her arranged marriage to the notorious Ferrante degli Spini.

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The Girl Who Would Be Queen The Kingdom of Naples Book 1

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ISBN CANADA #ad - Born in a male-dominated world in the passionate south of italy and surrounded by ambitious male cousins with an equal claim to the crown, bound together by their strong love and fierce rivalry, will these sisters be able to maintain control over their kingdom? With only their wits, Joanna and Maria, and the love of their people to aid them, beauty, are prepared to do anything to hold onto their beloved Kingdom.

But can they survive a kidnapping, civil war, court intrigues, and a royal murder from tearing their Kingdom apart? Find the answer in this gripping true story of 14th Century Europe. Start reading the girl who Would Be Queen by multi-award-winning author Jane Ann McLachlan today. Praise for the girl who Would Be Queen:"Absolutely fascinating!" ~D.

The Girl Who Would Be Queen The Kingdom of Naples Book 1 #ad - Definitely a great read! I want more!" ~Tajuana, Amazon reader. Ruling a kingdom in the 14th Century was no task for a woman. When robert of naples died in 1342, beautiful, sixteen-year-old Joanna and her younger sister Maria became the heirs to one of the largest, wealthiest and most sophisticated kingdoms in Europe.

It's a historical drama, but one leavened with romance, betrayal, first and foremost, greed and discovery. R, campbell, Amazon reader. If you love the historical genre this is a must read. M.

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Imperial Passions: The Porta Aurea

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Blachernae Books #ad - Her bleak situation turns promising after meeting the handsome young soldier, and his brother Isaac, John Comnenus, before they can return to Constantinople. The vicious power struggles, uprisings, and betrayals at the highest levels of the empire push Anna and John to its center as they struggle to deal with their own tragedies.

Can one woman's thirst for revenge stop its decline?at the center of Byzantine society, young Anna Dalassena lives with her grandparents among the most powerful men and women in Constantinople until the cutthroat politics of the Great Palace sends the family into exile. When rebellion puts her life and those of everyone Anna loves at risk, is the reward - a throne for her family and vengeance for a terrible death - too big a gamble?

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Forbidden: A Novel Set in Medieval England

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#ad - The only clue to nicodemus's past is the ruby crucifix found in his swaddling clothes when he was abandoned at a monastery. His faith is further tested by Gweneth, the woman who haunts his thoughts and stirs forbidden desires. Set in 12th century england, forbiddeN is a compelling tale of sibling rivalry, greed, deception, and a knight's honor.

The boy grows up to become a fierce Templar who fights for God, but the gruesome carnage of battle weighs heavily upon his conscience.

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THE PRINCESS NUN: Mary, Daughter of Edward I Medieval Babes: Tales of Little-Known Ladies Book 5

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#ad - Including being linked romantically to the Earl of Surrey, John de Warenne. When her father the king becomes ill and dies, the crown goes to Mary's brother Edward II and the travelling nun attends his disastrous Coronation, rubbing shoulders with the hated Piers Gaveston. Leaving her wayward life behind, she retires to spending a quiet life in Amesbury Priory where she decides to have a chronicle written on the life of her family - a book that exists today.

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The Midnight Midwife: A novel of 17th century family life Seventeenth Century Midwives Book 3

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Dustie Books #ad - But mary is increasingly unhappy and changes in her make it evident to Abigale that she may have made the wrong decision all those years ago. Is it too late to right the wrong she's done mary and give her back her life? Or will revealing the secret destroy their livelihood and bring ruin to Abigale's whole family?Read The Midnight Midwife to find out if Abigale can free Mary from a lifetime of lies.

She is a caring sister to Abigale's two other adopted daughters and an indispensable assistant to Abigale in the birthing chamber. Out of love, a mother hides her child's differences from the world. 1670, st albansmidwife abigale harris protects her adopted child from prejudice, superstition and ignorance by hiding the truth about her from everybody in their busy market town.

The Midnight Midwife: A novel of 17th century family life Seventeenth Century Midwives Book 3 #ad - Throughout her life, she teaches Mary the importance of keeping her secret, placing strong constraints to guide and shape her. Twenty-one years later, Mary is good, kind and loyal.

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RUTHLESS: A Novel Set in Gothic Verona

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#ad - Although she is handsomely compensated, she wants more—and she'll do whatever it takes to get it. This riveting novel features Cangrande "Big Dog", a fascinating historical character seldom seen in literature. Determined to secure her financial and social future, Cangrande I della Scala, she aids the Veronese warlord, in committing vile acts that will earn her a place in Hell.

. Brimming with suspense and sensuality, RUTHLESS offers readers a glimpse into the intriguing yet brutal world of fourteenth century Italian life. Accused of witchcraft, she prefers to risk the unknown than face the terrifying charge. She eventually finds temporary respite in the sordid world of prostitution, but the sobering reality of human cruelty destroys her innocence.

RUTHLESS: A Novel Set in Gothic Verona #ad - Agata flees from Verona to Venice with nothing but the clothes on her back. Starving and cold, she wanders the streets in search of honest work but her efforts are fruitless.

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The Popish Midwife: A novel based on the incredible true story of Elizabeth Cellier Seventeenth Century Midwives Book 1

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Dustie Books #ad - Put your red cloak on and step into the shoes of the Seventeenth Century Midwives!An outspoken midwife. With time running out before her trial, and foreigners? if she fails, catholics, can the midwife defend herself in a court prejudiced against women, the punishment could claim her life…The Popish Midwife is the first historical novel in the Seventeenth Century Midwives Series which is based on the inspiring true story of English midwife Elizabeth Cellier.

In an effort to improve the treatment of fellow Catholics, she ignores her husband's warnings against befriending a connected debtor. If you like strong heroines, and accurate historical details, tales of endurance, then you’ll love Annelisa Christensen's award-winning series!Buy The Popish Midwife to explore your passion for justice today! .

The Popish Midwife: A novel based on the incredible true story of Elizabeth Cellier Seventeenth Century Midwives Book 1 #ad - Elizabeth cellier is a loving wife, a friend to her neighbors, and a former midwife to the Queen. She's brave in a time of fear, dedicating her free time to serving the unjustly persecuted. A false imprisonment. But she never expected her quest for equal rights would unknowingly lure her into a plot against her beloved King…Elizabeth finds herself in the same prison she sought to improve.

Will one woman’s faith and courage be enough to tip the scales of justice?*2017 Readers' Favorite Award winner*London, 1679.

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