The Priest's Madonna by Amy Hassinger

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About Amy Hassinger

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Amy Hassinger is a graduate of Barnard College and the Iowa Writer's Workshop and has taught writing at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University.
Published April 6, 2006 by Berkley. 348 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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(Wearyingly, the stuff does in fact have its origins with the Knights Templar.) With the help of the enigmatic mayor's wife, Madame Simone Laporte, Marie tries to piece together the mystery of the church, but Bérenger has confessed that he's being fed a steady diet of cash by a powerful financier...

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In the roles that Hassinger designed for them around tantalizing fragments of belief and legend, both are "priest's madonnas" who create a vibrant sensual boundary between their ill-fated lovers' carnal and spiritual lives.

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Add to the mystery that Madame Simone Laporte, a woman who believes she is going mad, knows something about a particular treasure with a Da Vinci-like code related to the Mary Magdalene mystery!

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