Song at Dawn, by Jean Gill

We love working directly with authors, so we were thrilled to hear from Jean Gill, who wanted us to share 30 copies of her novel Song at Dawn. In July, we went out and got them on the London Underground!

About Song at Dawn:

1150 in Provence, where love and marriage are as divided as Christian and Muslim. On the run from abuse, Estela’s musical talent finds a patron in Alienor of Aquitaine and more than a music tutor in the finest troubadour of the age, Alienor’s Commander of the Guard.

Weary of war, Dragonetz los Pros uses Jewish money and Moorish expertise to build that most modern of inventions, a papermill, drawing the wrath of the Church down on his head. Their enemies gather, ready to light the political and religious powder-keg of medieval Narbonne.

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