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Praise for Jeanne Kalogridis:
The Borgia Bride:
‘Love, lust, incest and murder: this historical romance has it all’
Mail on Sunday
'From sexual passion to mortal danger, the dramatic shift of real historical events will keep the reader turning the pages'
The Sunday Times
Jeanne Kalogridis was born in Florida in 1954. She earned a BA in Russian and an MA in Linguistics from the University of South Florida and went on to teach English as a Second Language at the American University in Washington, D.C. She now lives with her husband on the West Coast of the US, sharing a house with two dogs. Her interests include yoga, Buddhism, languages, art, and reading everything ever published.
Amazing narrative; kalogridis never fails to deliver.
I believe this book allows us to see a more human Caterina than history permits.
I read JK's book on the Borgia Bride by chance and just loved it. A good old fashioned read and I thought, Ah. At last. A writer. Read morePublished 18 months ago by London Matron
Catherine De Medici with a name like Medici nothing which could possibly occur would surprise and so it was. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gaarghoile
I love a historical novel and have always wanted to know more about Italian/French history... This book had everything and more. I loved it and I've read everything going! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ml Sheehan
Great read, giving you a rich insight into the life and times of a notorious historical woman. As always writing historical fiction from a single figures point of view offers a... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Gem Scotland
my kind of book, a saga of a whole fascinating life where the action is so well described it's like watching a moviePublished on 27 Feb. 2013 by aunte em
The story was exciting.The characters were extra-ordinary.I could believe that those people were capable of getting up to the kinds of things described in the story. Read morePublished on 24 Jan. 2013 by LadyLeedsReads