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The bestselling author of Victorian mysteries makes an ambitious leap into historical fiction, setting her first stand-alone novel in the Ottoman Empire, and telling the story of Anastasius, a young woman who disguises herself as a eunuch in order to prove her brother innocent of a crime she knows he didn’t commit. With the threat of the next Christian crusade looming, thirteenth-century Constantinople comes alive. Meanwhile, Anastasius works her way through each level of the city – from her humble neighbors to the emperor himself – seeking to uncover the truth.
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