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The Search for the Man in the Iron Mask triumphantly solves an enduring puzzle that has stumped historians for centuries and seduced novelists and filmmakers to this day. Who was the man who was rumored to have been kept in prison and treated royally during much of the reign of Louis XIV while being forced to wear an iron mask? Could he possibly have been the twin brother of the Sun King? Like every other serious scholar, intrepid historian Paul Sonnino discounts this theory, instead taking the listener along on his adventures to uncover the truth behind this ancient enigma. Exploring the hidden, squalid side of the lavish court of France, the author uncovers the full spectrum of French society, from humble servants to wealthy merchants to kings and queens. All had self-interested reasons to hold their secrets close until one humble valet named Eustache Dauger was arrested and jailed for decades, simply because he knew too much and opened his mouth at the wrong time. Presenting his dramatic solution to the mystery, Sonnino convincingly shows that no one will be able to tell the story of the man in the iron mask without taking into account the staggering array of evidence he has uncovered over the course of decades. The book is published by Rowman & Littlefield. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael C. Jones. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/086984/bk_acx0_086984_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A mesmerising debut novel with echoes of Armistead Maupin and a hint of magic realism?´If Armistead Maupin were to write about a diverse group of friends in Deptford, the results might resemble this ... You´ll miss these characters when they?re gone´ Paul BurstonUnder their feet lies magic?When Sam falls in love with South London thug Derek, and Anne?s best friend Kathleen takes her own life, they discover they are linked not just by a world of drugs and revenge; they also share the friendship of the uncanny and enigmatic Deborah.Seamstress, sailor, story-teller and self-proclaimed centenarian immortal, Deborah slowly reveals to Anne and Sam her improbable, fantastical life, the mysterious world that lies beneath their feet and, ultimately, the solution to their crises.With echoes of Armistead Maupin and a hint of magic realism, Attend is a beautifully written, darkly funny, mesmerisingly emotive and deliciously told debut novel, rich in finely wrought characters that you will never forget.?Delicate, evocative prose telling an intriguing story with contemporary relevance, insight and compassion? Live and Deadly?Gritty, yet beautifully written; fantastical, yet down-to-earth; gripping and moving? A Discount Ticket to Everywhere?An intricate piece of work, showing off author West Camel´s skill in weaving words and phrases together to create a great debut novel? Off-The-Shelf Books?Up to date, gritty and dark yet filled with a magic that is unique and uplifting. Attend is adventurous, charming and utterly compelling? Random Things Through My Letterbox?A literary EastEnders, with precision language and beautifully interwoven storytelling ? I couldn?t put it down? Liz Loves Books