The heirs of the kingdom

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Pantheon Books, Jul 1, 1971 - Forensic hypnotism - 563 pages
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A group of weavers are inspired by a hermit to join the First Crusade and liberate the Holy Land.

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User Review  - Erik Graff - Goodreads

All of Zoe Oldenbourg's novels are worth reading both for the stories they tell and for the historical hermeneutics they perform. A specialist in the European Middle Ages, her novels represent the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lawrence - Goodreads

As an "historical" novel, The Heirs of the Kingdom uses the First Crusade as a structure or form for telling a "non-historical" story. This is the story of the faceless nobodies who live inside of ... Read full review

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Oldenbourg also wrote the historical novels The World is Not Enough and Destiny of Fire.

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