Parsifal's Page (The Squire's Tales)

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It is the first in a new series and introduces Mother Aquinas. Come…imagine with me… Mary is ordinary girl from Nazareth. It's fun, flirty, a little bit naughty, not too foreign, and has a long tradition in romance. "I think because of the emergence in the late nineties of Jane Austen in pop culture, most readers have some concept of the Regency era, so when they're looking for a historical, they choose the devil they know," Collins says.

Pages: 244

Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (April 28, 2008)

ISBN: B003KGAZVA

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