Daughter of Silk Paperback

by L. L Chaikin;

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Daughter of Silk

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Ambition brought Rachelle to Paris. Now love prompts her to risk her life. Pursuing the family name as the finest silk producer in Lyon, the young Huguenot Rachelle Dushane Macquinet is thrilled to accompany her famous couturier, Grandmere, to Paris to create a silk trousseau for the Royal Princess Marguerite Valois. The Court is magnificent; its regent, Catherine de Medici, deceptively charming...and the circumstances, darker than Rachelle could possibly imagine. At a time in history when the tortures of the Bastille and the fiery stake are an almost casual occurrence in France, a scourge of recrimination is moving fast and furious against the Huguenots - and as the Queen Mother's political intrigues weave a web of deception around her, Rachelle finds herself in imminent danger. Hope rests in warning the handsome Marquis Fabien de Vendome of the wicked plot against his kin. But to do so, Rachelle must follow a perilous course - one that requires her to enter the very bedchamber of the Queen Mother. Will she risk her life for her fellow Huguenots - and Marquis Fabien?

Daughter of Silk by L. L Chaikin was published by Zondervan in March 2006 and is our 31011th best seller. The ISBN for Daughter of Silk is 9780310263005.

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Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherZondervan (March 2006)
Number of Pages320
Thickness20 mm
Height213 mm
Width139 mm
Product Code113014
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