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Mansions of Darkness A Novel of Saint-Germain (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0312863829
ISBN-13: 9780312863821
Sku: 30046744
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 5.75L x 1.25T
Pages:  432
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The saga of the immortal Saint-Germain continues as the Count's endless travels bring him to 17th-century Peru where the mighty Incan civilization has fallen before the might of Spanish conquerors. And where Spain has come, can the Holy Inquisition be far behind?Her remarkable vampire stories woven around the character St.-Germain have won author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro rave reviews.
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The saga of the immortal Saint-Germain continues as the Count's endless travels bring him to 17th-century Peru where the mighty Incan civilization has fallen before the might of Spanish conquerors. And where Spain has come, can the Holy Inquisition be far behind?Her remarkable vampire stories woven around the character St.-Germain have won author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro rave reviews.
Ambitious in its scope and provocative in its content, the saga of Count Saint-Germain is a monumental feat of the imagination. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's powerful and evocative novels have captured Saint-Germain throughout his long existence, from the temples of ancient Eygpt to our present century.

Now the count's endless travels bring him to seventeenth-century Peru, where he finds solace for his loneliness in the arms of an Incan priestess. But mighty Spain has conquered the Incan people--and brought the dreaded attention of the Holy Inquisition to the New World.
Ambitious in its scope and provocative in its content, the saga of Count Saint-Germain is a monumental feat of the imagination. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's powerful and evocative novels have captured Saint-Germain throughout his long existence, from the temples of ancient Eygpt to our present century.

Now the count's endless travels bring him to seventeenth-century Peru, where he finds solace for his loneliness in the arms of an Incan priestess. But mighty Spain has conquered the Incan people--and brought the dreaded attention of the Holy Inquisition to the New World.
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Saint Germain, the vampire count, visits the last of the Incas to learn what he can about their civilization before it is diluted by the Spanish invasion.
Author Bio
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro wanted to write from the age of 4, but it wasn't until 1970, when she was 28, that she started to write professionally. She went to San Francisco State College (now University) from 1960 to 1963, when she went to work in her family's cartography business. She also became a counselor for mentally disturbed children, a job she held for two years. In 1970, when the cartography business failed, Yarbro decided to give writing professionally a try, eventually selling her first novel in 1976. In 1978 she introduced her longest-lasting character, Count Saint-Germain, in HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA. The Saint-Germain novels, which follow the "life" of a 4,000-year old vampire through the ages, have proven very popular, many of them becoming bestsellers. Yarbro is a believer in the occult and has published several books of conversations that she and others claim to have had with a spirit named Michael. In addition to writing, she is a professional tarot reader, having taught it from 1974 to 1979. She has also worked as a musician and voice teacher.

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"Another illuminating and satisfying episode in the life of Saint-Germain. His historical range is much wider than Lestat's." 06/15/1996
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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0432
Product attributePublisher:   Tor Books
Product attributeSeries Part:   NO.
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