Son of Charlemagne

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Two young Frenchmen have their livelyhood decimated by the Normans in a cross border raid. The more I delved into her life, the more fascinated I became. He was blamed for the Loudun possessions. As perceptions of royalty changed during the first half of the twentieth century, and the number of royal visits to Canada increased, Montgomery’s characters encountered more varied examples of popular royalism. Adam earns the trust of the Lord of Figo and achieves rank until a final confrontation between Figo and Satsuma which offers him an opportunity to gain passage for himself and Somi to England but then fate intervenes.

Pages: 212

Publisher: Bethlehem Books (December 1, 1997)

ISBN: B009R4XOOE

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