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The palace : an historical horror novel

Author: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©1978.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Saint-Germain is a Vampire, but not in the way we have come to know of them through other books and movies. He shares many of the same characteristics of the Vampires we know but to a lesser degree; without the flash, the magic, and evil we are accustomed to. He comes from a royal background, has a great scope of influence, is very wealthy, has a strong intellect, and due to his kind and caring nature, attracts the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Horror fiction
Fiction
Named Person: Saint-Germain, comte de
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
ISBN: 0312594747 9780312594749
OCLC Number: 3913492
Description: 408 p. ; 22 cm.
Responsibility: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.

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Saint-Germain is a Vampire, but not in the way we have come to know of them through other books and movies. He shares many of the same characteristics of the Vampires we know but to a lesser degree; without the flash, the magic, and evil we are accustomed to. He comes from a royal background, has a great scope of influence, is very wealthy, has a strong intellect, and due to his kind and caring nature, attracts the ladies of the time. This novel is rather a sad one, since it focuses around the political and religious pain and torment people had to endure in order to survive. Italy, while in a glorious Renaissance, still was under the strong influence of the Church as well as local changing politics. Being called a Heretic, whether true or not, meant certain death, in a savage and cruel way. It is under these conditions that Francesco Ragoczy has chosen to live and this novel follows several lives within the government, the Church, the local builders, and artists.

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