A Candle For D'Artagnan

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Macmillan, Jul 15, 1994 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Olivia Atta Clemens, immortal vampire, Roman noblewoman, beloved of the Count Saint-Germain-has come to Paris seeking only peace. But the year is 1637, and there is no peace to be found in the Court of Louis XIII, where Cardinal Richelieu maneuvers to control the throne.

Caught up in the intrigue against her will, Olivia seeks and wins the protection of a young guardsman named d'Artagnan-a man destined to become one of the greatest heroes of all time.
  

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User Review  - minpinmom - LibraryThing

This is the final of three books about Olivia, the vampire created in the book Blood Games. It should not be read out of order of the other two books about Olivia, but it definitely should be read! It ... Read full review

Review: A Candle for d'Artagnan (Atta Olivia Clemens #3)

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

I always enjoy Yarbro but i especially like her historical settings and how she weaves the characters. I really like Olivia, being that she is a strong female character. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's interests range from music--she composes and has studied seven different instruments as well as voice--to history, from horseback riding to needlepoint. Her writing is similarly wide-ranging; under her own name and pseudonyms, she has written everything from westerns to mysteries, from science fiction to nonfiction history.

Yarbro's critically-acclaimed historical horror novels featuring the Count Saint-Germain, including Hotel Transylvania, A Feast in Exile, Communion Blood, and Night Blooming, have a loyal readership. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has always lived in California and currently makes her home in the Berkeley area.

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