The Man in the Iron Mask: The True Story of the Most Famous Prisoner in History and the Four Musketeers

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Constable, 2005 - France - 348 pages
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Honour and heroism, betrayal and intrigue, are set amidst the lust, jealousy and deadly poisons that made the Sun King's court a world of frenzied paranoia. In this superbly researched account, Macdonald at last reveals the identity of the Man in the Iron Mask.

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Review: The Man in the Iron Mask: The Mystery Solved

User Review  - Ewa - Goodreads

The beginning was promising but farther I went with reading it soon turned to opposite and to finish the book became hard slog till it's very end. I found the mode of writing very unangaging as for my tastes. Read full review

Review: The Man in the Iron Mask: The Mystery Solved

User Review  - Gnuehc Ecnerwal - Goodreads

The version I read does not have the ":The Mystery Solved" in the title. I wouldn't have bought the book if it did. This is like reading juicy gossips from another era. Tremendously enjoyable but dubious in historical accuracy. Good for reading on the beach, etc. Read full review

Contents

The Facts behind the Fable l
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A Gascon in Paris
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The Devils Child
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Copyright

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