Series: L'Impératrice de la soie

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L'Impératrice de la soie, Tome 1 : Le Toit du monde by José Frèches1
L'Impératrice de la soie, Tome 2 : Les yeux de Bouddha by José Frèches2
L'Impératrice de la soie, Tome 3 : L'usurpatrice by José Frèches3

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  1. Le Disque de jade, tome 1 : Les Chevaux célestes by José Frèches (2002)
  2. L'Empire des larmes, Tome 1 : La Guerre de l'opium by José Frèches (2006)
  3. The Silk Road Journey With Xuanzang by Sally Hovey Wriggins (1996)
  4. The Haunted Monastery by Robert van Gulik (1966)
  5. Morgennes by David Camus (2008)
  6. Les Compagnons d'éternité by Jeanne Bourin (1992)
  7. Deception : a novel of murder and madness in T'ang China by Eleanor Cooney (1993)
  8. Les Cordes-de-Bois by Antonine Maillet (1977)
  9. 16 år i Sibirien Skæbner i Sibirien by Rachel Rachlin (2000)
  10. Beneath the Pyramid by Christian Jacq (1985)
  11. Green Dragon, White Tiger by Annette Motley (1986)
  12. The Empire of Darkness: A Novel of Ancient Egypt (Jacq, Christian. Queen of Freedom Trilogy. Vol. 1.) by Christian Jacq (2002)
  13. Shaanxi History Museum by Feng; Shaanxi History Museum Gengwu (1991)
  14. La pourpre et l'olivier, ou, Calixte 1er, le pape oublié by Gilbert Sinoué (1987)
  15. China: Dawn of a Golden Age, 200-750 AD (Metropolitan Museum of Art Series) by James C. Y. Watt (2004)

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