The Serpent Garden

The Serpent Garden

Book - 1996
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From the author of "The Oracle Glass" comes an enthralling historical mystery novel of suspense, romance, and a tinge of the occult set in the time of Henry VIII. Newly widowed and placed in the entourage of the princess bride of the French king, painter Susanna Dallet unknowingly carries with her to France the key to a secret that will embroil her in diabolical intrigue.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 1996
ISBN: 9780670866618
067086661X
Branch Call Number: FICTION Riley
Characteristics: 467 p. ; 24 cm

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Memawrayne
Oct 25, 2017

Once I got into it, I enjoyed the story, but it was a little weird with angels and demons. That,to me, suggest supernatural and sci-fi type book. I think the story could have been just as good without supernatural beings!! There was even a little from the Da Vinci book by Dan Brown.
Characters were interesting and plot worked pretty well. I'm debating if I want to read another book by this author.

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