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The Deadly Sisterhood A Story of Women Power and Intrigue in the Italian Renaissance 1427 1527T from personal tragedies exile and poverty With riveting narrative Leonie Friedas The Deadly Sisterhood A Story of Women Power and Intrigue in the Italian Renaissance 14271527 brings to life a long gone era filled with intrigue corruption and passion I wad realty enjoying this book until I realized it is missing about 30 pagesit then has about another 30 pages or so printed twice I want a full copy of this book

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Ys RenaissanceLucrezia Turnabuoni Clarice Orsini Beatrice dEste Isabella dEste Caterina Sforza Giulia Farnese Isabella dAragona and Lucrezia Borgia shared the riches of their birthright wealth political influence and friendship but none were not exemp Read this through my local library and then just had to get my own copy for further review A little densely written but still very entertaining and fast paced An insightful view of history from the women's perspective Must read

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read The Deadly Sisterhood kindle ¸ Power and Intrigue in the Italian Renaissance Ú leonie frieda ç ❰Ebook❯ ➩ The Deadly Sisterhood: A Story of Women, Power, and Intrigue in the Italian Renaissance, 1427-1527 Author Leonie Frieda – EyltransferFrom Leonie Frieda critically acclaimed biographer of Catherine de Medici comes The Deadly Sisterhood an epic tale of eight women whose livesmarked by fortune and poverty power and powerlessnessencompass the spectacle opportunity and depravity of Ital uite a disappointment after her excellent book on Catherine de Medici This one has the hallmarks of being hastily compiled poorly edited and confusingly written For example the book's shifting levels of generalityspecificity leave the reader continually uncomfortable as the narrative chain becomes lostrepeatedly The subjects of the book are truly exceptional women and they deserve a clear headed and focused treatment At least for Caraina Sforza there is such a modern treatmentby Elizabeth Lev Perhaps the real flaw here lies in the book's basic premise trying to cover too many people in too much detail Whatever the reasonthis one disappoints