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The Grazia dei Rossi Trilogy Bundle

The Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi (Book 1), The Legacy of Grazia dei Rossi (Book 2), Son of Two Fathers (Book 3)   |   A Grazia dei Rossi Collection: Book 1

Written by Jacqueline Park • With Gilbert Reid

Published May 05, 2020 | ISBN 9781487009229

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The Grazia dei Rossi Trilogy Bundle

The Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi (Book 1), The Legacy of Grazia dei Rossi (Book 2), Son of Two Fathers (Book 3)

A Grazia dei Rossi Collection: Book 1

Jacqueline Park • Gilbert Reid

An exclusive ebook bundle of all three novels in Jacqueline Park’s bestselling Grazia dei Rossi trilogy, a sweeping saga of intrigue and romance set during the Italian Renaissance.

The Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi introduces Grazia, private secretary to the world-renowned Isabella d’Este, daughter of an eminent Jewish banker, the wife of the Pope’s Jewish physician, and the lover of a Christian prince. In a “secret book,” written as a legacy for her son, she records her struggles to choose between the seductions of the Christian world and a return to the family, traditions, and duties to her Jewish roots. As she re-creates Renaissance Italy in captivating detail, Jacqueline Park gives us a timeless portrait of a brave and brilliant woman trapped in an unforgiving, inflexible society.

The stunning sequel set in sixteenth-century Istanbul during the illustrious Ottoman Empire, The Legacy of Grazia dei Rossi chronicles the fate of Grazia dei Rossi’s son, Danilo del Medigo, and his forbidden love affair with Princess Saida, the Sultan’s beloved daughter.

Son of Two Fathers, the long-awaited conclusion to the trilogy, follows Danilo del Medigo as he makes his return to the great Republic of Venice at the height of European Christendom’s persecution of the Jews, with two assassins from Suleiman the Magnificent’s court hot on his trail.

About the Author

Jacqueline Park

Jacqueline Park is the founding chairman of the Dramatic Writing Program and professor emerita at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She lives in Toronto.

Gilbert Reid