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    Montezuma's Daughter

    by H. Rider Haggard

    Book Description

    "I, Thomas Wingfield, of the Lodge and the parish of Ditchingham in the county of Norfolk, being now of a great age and having only a short time to live, turn to pen and ink. Ten years ago, namely, in the year 1578, it pleased her Majesty, our gracious Queen Elizabeth, who at that date visited this county, that I should be brought before her at Norwich. There and then, saying that the fame of it had reached her, she commanded me to give her some particulars of the story of my life, or rather of those twenty years, more or less, which I spent among the Indians at that time when Cortes conquered their country of Anahuac, which is now known as Mexico."


    From the imagination of the author of "She" and "King Solomon's Mines" comes the engrossing adventure of Thomas Wingfield, eyewitness to the ravages of the Spanish upon the New World. Wingfield barely survives the Spanish Inquisition, shipwreck, and slavery. He then marries the beautiful "Montezuma's Daughter."

    But tragedy and vengeance skulk in the wings of whirling pages!

    You will never forget


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