The Masked Marquis by Winifred Witton

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SeriesHarlequin Regency Romance, No. 74
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Open LibraryOL7416456M
ISBN 100373311745
ISBN 109780373311743

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The Masked Marquis (Harlequin Regency Romance, No. 74) Paperback – April 1, by Winifred Witton (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

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The first surviving records of the masked prisoner are from July 1,when Louis XIV's minister Louvois sent a masked prisoner to the care of governor marquis de Saint-Mars of the Pignerol prison.

Saint-Mars was ordered to take special care of this prisoner. The Marquis is the brainchild of Guy Davis, who also does all of the comic's writing and illustration. The plot focuses on Vol de Galle, a seasoned military veteran and Ministerial Inquisitor who is granted the mantle of Marquis, and with it the ability to see the damned souls possessing the people of Venisalle, after a Crisis of Faith.

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The earliest accounts of the man in the iron mask date from when Saint-Mars, then the governor of Pignerol Prison, received a letter from the Marquis de Louvois. In the letter, the Marquis wrote that a man named Eustache Dauger was getting transported to.

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