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Ulverscroft Large Print Books, Jan 6, 1997 - Fiction - 624 pages
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In "the best fictionalized life of Jefferson yet" (Jack McLaughlin, National Book Award finalist for "Jefferson and Monticello"), Byrd offers a rare glimpse behind the face this complex Virginian showed the world, dispelling the myths to reveal the passionate and elusive figure whose words and imagination may be said to have invented America. 432 pp. National print ads. 20,000 print. Copyright Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Suspense writer Byrd (Target of Opportunity, Finders Weepers, etc.) shifts from familiar turf for a well-founded but listless historical saga about Thomas Jefferson in Paris during the French ... Read full review

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User Review  - ck2935 - LibraryThing

A really cool historical fiction novels for Jefferson friends about his tenure as ambassador to France. I really enjoyed this book. Read full review


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Max Byrd lives in Davis, California. He is at work on a novel of historical suspense, which will be published by Bantam.

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