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The Justice Of The Duke

Raphael Sabatini

Publisher: House of Stratus

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Cesare Borgia, Duke of Valentinois and Romanga, has been the subject of much study and debate. In 'The Justice of the Duke,' Sabatini paints an enduring picture of Italian life under the duke and reveals the true nature of this much-reviled man. This is a story of passion, revenge and murderous ambition with all the skill and ambition that has earnt Sabatini his masterly reputation.

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