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PUBLISHED BY: Idea Graphics LLC

IMPRINT: Idea Publications

PUBLISHING DATE:  October 2011

ISBN# 978-0-9825373-4-3

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS # 2011938543

PAPERBACK: PAGE COUNT 290

LANGUAGE: English/

DIMENSION: 6x9

PRICE: $24.95   

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Barbarossa Princess

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      A tale of intrigue, violence, sex, love and ultimate triumph, Elizabeth Vallone’s Barbarossa’s Princess is also a tapestry of the customs of the Holy Roman Empire, the Norman-Sicilian Court and mores of life in the 12th century. 

      “Barbarossa’s Princess is a veritable page turner. From the very first line, we are swept away on an adventure through the corridors of power in the 12th century. We taste and smell the meals, we see the unusual medical practices, we hear all the raucous sounds of life in an age more refined and more coarse than even our own. At the center of this delightful tale is Constance de Hauteville, a woman drawn from a nunnery to become Empress of a continent. She becomes the bearer of the next Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.  An innocent, along with her maid-servant, Constance enters the corridors of power and grows to become as forceful as those who would use her for their own gain. Vallone portrays Constance de Hauteville as a woman of chutzpah and humility, a mother who endures the humiliations of women in an earlier time, but who triumphs and endures.”

                                                                                    — Patrick McGuire

                  Senior Lecturer of English, University of Wisconsin-Parkside

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