The Rebel Princess

A new novel by Judith Koll Healey

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Comes the compelling 2nd installment of the popular 13th century mystery following the exploits of the french princess Alais Capet...

Princess Alais Capet, sister to King Philippe Auguste of France, battles corrupt court officials, religious fanatics and her beloved Lord William as she engages a band of underground Cathar noblewomen to assist her in the rescue of her illegitimate son Francis, a young knight whose very existence could unsettle the thrones of England and France.

 

* A note on travel notes:

The vagabond, Marolyn Charpentier, writes about food and travel for National Geographic Books. For more on European markets, fairs and seasonal specialties across France, visit: vagabondgourmand.com

 

 

Great review in the Star Tribune:

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Praise for:

"The Rebel Princess"

"Healey uses sumptuous detail to explore the courtly lives of spiritually frustrated medieval women.'"

-- Publishers Weekly

Healey’s attention to historic detail, her rich woven tapestry of settings, characters and plot will delight all readers. If you like Roberta Gellis, Jean Plaidy, Elizabeth Chadwick or Marion Zimmer Bradley, you will love these works.

-- Kathy Perschmann, Armchair Interviews

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Other books by Judith Koll Healey:

"The Canterbury Papers"

"In this well-plotted debut, Princess Alais Capet is the heroine-and a delightful one at that... Highly recommended for all public libraries."

-- Library Journal

"Filled with intrigue and peopled with compelling legendary figures, The Canterbury Papers is an 'electrifying journey into the past'"

-- Booklist

Read more at:

The Canterbury Papers.com