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Judith K. Healey

THE REBEL PRINCESS

Paris, October 1207. There is nothing that Alais, princess of France, wants more than to settle down with her lover, William of Caen, and to reveal to his ward Francis that she is his mother. But intrigue is afoot in the palace: two monks have arrived from Rome on a mission to compel her brother Phillipe, the King, to help them battle a dangerous breakaway Christian sect in the south know as the Cathars.

Tensions are pushed to the brink when the St. John Cup, a relic much prized by the Cathars, is stolen, and then young Francis goes missing. Frantic for...

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THE CANTERBURY PAPERS

The Canterbury Papers by Judith K. Healey This  historical novel opens in the year 1200. Alais Capet, once in line for the throne, is a middle-aged spinster, an aging Princess of France who lives in Paris at the mercy of her brother and his court. Her youthful betrothal to Richard the Lionheart, King of England, was never consummated and Alais blames her stepmother, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine...

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