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The Palace
The Palace
Author: Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
They say his palazzo is to be a magnificent work of art-a dazzling edifice to rival the most opulent in the city. Its owner is a stranger to Florence, a wealthy foreigner who dresses in black silk and practices the age-old secrets of alchemy. But the man who calls himself Francesco Ragoczy da San Germano conceals his own dark secrets that have e...  more »
ISBN: 29546
Pages: 376
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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reviewed The Palace on + 4 more book reviews
As engrossing as all the rest of the books in this series, you WILL enjoy!
SherronO avatar reviewed The Palace on + 12 more book reviews
A very romantic and mysterious vampire, our St. Germaine. Yarbro is good writer, weaving just even history into the novel to make me enjoy it, even though I generally don't like "period" novels. The vampire is believable and likable. The female protagonist is strong and believable. Better attention to plot and action than may vampire novels.
haggatha avatar reviewed The Palace on + 55 more book reviews
I just couldn't get into these books. they bored the heck out of me.
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15th century Florence. The most dazzling and depraved city in the world. In this Italian capital of power and corruption, art and immortality, intrigue and evil, a stranger appeared, always dressed in black-handsome, sophisticated, charming, fabulously wealthy. Noone knoew for sure what unnatural rituals went on in his sumptuous palazzo, but everything about him was seductive, compelling, irresistible.

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