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The Fourth Queen: A Novel – Debbie Taylor
Condition : Good.
Michael Joseph, 2003, Large-format Paperback – Historical Fiction – 487pp.
A lush historical epic,The Fourth Queenis the story of one woman’s struggle for power and love in the court of the eighteenth-century Emperor of Morocco. Poetically intense and sensual, it marks the debut of a gifted new author.
Based on some truth, The Fourth Queen by Debbie Taylor is a remarkable story about Helen Goag, a young Scottish girl who is captured by Barbary pirates when on her way to North America. Her pale skin, green eyes and red-blonde hair set her apart and she is sold into the Emperor of Morocco’s harem.