The Empress, Meg Clothier

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A sweeping historical novel set in Constantinople at the time of the Crusades

Constantinople, 1179


Princess Agnes of France is thirteen when she marries the heir to Byzantium, and empire unmatched in wealth, power – and glamour.

But once she sets foot in the Queen of Cities, a decadent world where dazzling luxury masks unspeakable cruelty, she realises that her husband has mighty enemies and treacherous allies.

As emperors rise and fall, Agnes learns to play the City’s game – until she falls for a handsome rebel and finds that love is the most perilous game of all.

Publisher: Arrow, November 2013

Reviewer:  Jen Kendell

A really gripping historical novel, very hard to put the book down because you can’t wait to find out how the Heroine’s life continues.
The Author draws you in doesn’t let go until the story is told – a very good read!

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