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Assassins of Alamut by James Boschert

Assassins of Alamut

Description : "The Assassins of Alamut" is a riveting tale painted on the vast canvas of life in Palestine and Persia during the 12th century, over vast snow covered mountains, through the frozen wastes of the winter plateau, and into the fabulous cites of Hamadan, Isfahan, and the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

Subtitle : A Novel of Persia and Palestine in the Time of the Crusades

Authors : James Boschert

Published Date : 2010-05

Publisher : Fireship Press

ISBN : 9781935585398

Page : 560 Pages

Categories : Crusades

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Filesize: 10 MB

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