The bearkeeper's daughter

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Houghton Mifflin, Dec 1, 1987 - Fiction - 310 pages
22 Reviews
In sixth century Constantinople, John, son of Diodoros of Bostra, wins the patronage of the Empress Theodora, and becomes involved in palace intrigue

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Review: The Bearkeeper's Daughter

User Review  - Kate Hewitt - Goodreads

Gillian Bradshaw's books rarely disappoint. I love the periods of history she writes in--in this case, 6th century Constantinope. The plot isn't overtly thrilling but the history is woven in deftly and I kept turning the pages, loving every one. Read full review

Review: The Bearkeeper's Daughter

User Review  - Goodreads

Gillian Bradshaw's books rarely disappoint. I love the periods of history she writes in--in this case, 6th century Constantinope. The plot isn't overtly thrilling but the history is woven in deftly and I kept turning the pages, loving every one. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1987)

Gillian Bradshaw was born in Falls Church, Virginia, and graduated from the University of Michigan, where she won the Hopwood Award for Hawk of May. She is the author of 25 other novels, including "Kingdom of Summer.