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Date of issue: May 25th 2017
ISBN: 1544223633
ISBN 13: 9781544223636
The author of the book: Laura Rahme
Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 947 KB
Edition: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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In this chilling psychological tale set in revolutionary France, a young couple confront their darkest fears. Looming above them, between healing and oblivion, lies the French Republic's most shocking secret.

FRANCE, 1794 - The Reign of Terror

Julien d'Aureville, a young boy from a broken home in Paris, meets a fugitive aristocrat who changes his life. As the Terror subsides and Napoleon rises to power, Julien's fortunes improve.
Then he meets the mysterious Marguerite.

Upon her marriage to Julien, Marguerite Lafolye has all a Parisian woman could ever wish. Yet something is not quite right.
Is Marguerite hiding a dark secret?

When she attempts to see into Marguerite, even the celebrated
fortuneteller, Marie Anne Lenormand, cannot read her cards.

From bourgeois Paris to the canals of Napoleon's Venice, Marguerite seems to be living a lie. Who is she really? What drives her obsession with the late Dauphin, Louis-Charles, son of Marie-Antoinette?

Could the answer lie in a memory - in Nantes' orphanage, or in the hidden undergound caves of war-torn Vendée, or else in the secret refuge of Gralas Forest, deep in Western France?

Or could the answer be right here, in Paris, within the forbidding walls of the Temple Prison that Napoleon threatens to destroy, and where the Dauphin tragically perished.


From the author of THE MING STORYTELLERS and THE MASCHERARI comes an historical psychological thriller that will defy all you knew of France's revolution.

In this confronting new novel, Laura Rahme paints the tragedies and triumphs of love in tumultuous and deadly times.

JULIEN'S TERROR is a suspenseful mystery where folklore and superstition meet with the horrors of the past.

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Laura Rahme is an Australian-French writer based in Sydney. Born in Dakar, Senegal and inspired by her Lebanese, French and Vietnamese heritage, she has a passion for covering historical and cultural ground in her writing.

Her novels include: THE MING STORYTELLERS (2012), a historical saga set in China's Early Ming Dynasty; THE MASCHERARI (2014), a historical mystery with supernatural themes set in late medieval Venice; and JULIEN'S TERROR (2017), a psychological thriller/mystery which pays homage to her Breton roots, and unfolds during and after the French Revolution. A fourth novel - CHANTILLY: A Tale of Carême is also set in France. CHANTILLY will tell the secret story of the first celebrity chef, Marie-Antoine Carême (1784 - 1833) and his relationship with one of France's most influential figures, Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord.

Laura holds Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Engineering (Aerospace Avionics). Her non-writing career has seen her in the role of web developer, analyst programmer and business analyst. She is married to Australian screenwriter, Shane Krause and both are very fond of cakes.

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