The Master of all Desires

Author: Judith Merkle Riley

Nostradamus, a ruthless queen, and a young poetess fight for their lives in 1556 Paris in this dazzling mix of history, romance, and the occult (Kirkus Reviews). Voted one of the best books of the year by Library Journal…..Read More

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