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Alan Gordon

Alan Gordon

·3.82·12,786 Ratings
“ In the end only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you. ” ― Anonymous
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  • Jester Leaps In (Fools' Guild, #2)

    2002·
    ·4.12·393 Ratings
    In 13th century Europe, political turmoil is the order of the day and the Fool's Guild and its agents - jesters, jugglers, and knaves to a man - works behind the scenes to manipulate events, trying to maintain a balance of power. Theophilos, a member of t
  • The Lark's Lament (Fools' Guild, #6)

    2007·
    ·4.13·249 Ratings
    In 1204 A.D., the Fools' Guild is in hiding, under attack from the forces of Pope Innocent III. Theophilos and Claudia, jesters with the Guild, are sent to enlist the help of a former guild member - the minstrel Folquet, now the abbot Folq at a Cistercia
  • Thirteenth Night (Fools' Guild, #1)

    1999·
    ·4.06·756 Ratings
    In 13th-century Europe, a secret organization--The Fool's Guild--existed to influence events behind the scene, and one such manipulation was recorded by Shakespeare, in altered form, in his play, Twelfth Night. But now, many years later, the Duke of Orsin
  • A Death in the Venetian Quarter (Fools' Guild, #3)

    2002·
    ·4.08·365 Ratings
    In 1203, the relative peace of the Byzantine Empire is imperiled when the ships of the Fourth Crusade show up outside the walls of Constantinople. Instead of traveling to the Holy Land to battle the infidels, the Crusade, having sailed out of Venice, has
  • An Antic Disposition (Fools' Guild, #5)

    2004·
    ·4.27·264 Ratings
    In 1204 A.D., the Fools' Guild is on the run from an enraged Pope Innocent III and the Papal troops he's dispatched to destroy them. Now, hidden in their secret enclave deep within the Black Forest, the fools, troubadours and novitiates, including the jes
  • The Widow of Jerusalem (Fools' Guild, #4)

    2003·
    ·4.03·277 Ratings
    1204 A.D. The Fools’ Guild is on the run from an increasingly intolerant Church. Arriving too late at the Guildhall to join them, the jester couple Theophilos and Claudia and their newborn daughter Portia must now flee the Papal army, having first riske
  • The Parisian Prodigal (Fools' Guild, #8)

    2010·
    ·4.16·214 Ratings
    “Only a fool would pass this one up.” —Laurie R. KingIn 1205, Theophilos—a fool by trade, a family man by choice, and a spy by design—belongs, along with his family, to the Fools’ Guild, a group that secretly maintains the fragile order of soc
  • The Moneylender of Toulouse (Fools' Guild, #7)

    2008·
    ·4.21·246 Ratings
    In 1204 A.D., Theophilos, jester and agent for the Fools’ Guild, is sent to Toulouse with his jester wife, infant daughter and young apprentice with one simple mission – get the current Bishop to quietly retire so that the position can be filled with
  • Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

    2008·
    ·3.73·9,689 Ratings
    New York Times bestselling authors Charlaine Harris, Patricia Briggs, Keri Arthur, Carrie Vaughn, and Karen Chance-along with ten other masters of the genre-offer stories on werewolves and the holidays, a fresh variation on the concept of birthdays and va
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