Series: The Accursed Kings

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The Iron King by Maurice Druon1
The Strangled Queen by Maurice Druon2
The Poisoned Crown by Maurice Druon3
The Royal Succession by Maurice Druon4
The She-Wolf of France by Maurice Druon5
The Lily and the Lion by Maurice Druon6
The King Without a Kingdom by Maurice Druon7
Les Rois maudits, Tome I-II : Le roi de fer ; La reine étranglée by Maurice DruonOmnibus 1-2
Les Rois maudits, Tome III-IV : Les Poisons de la couronne; La loi des mâles by Maurice DruonOmnibus 3-4
Les Rois maudits, Tome V-VI : La Louve de France; Le lis et le lion by Maurice DruonOmnibus 5-6
Les Rois maudits, Tome 1 : Le roi de fer ; La reine étranglée ; Les poisons de la couronne by Maurice DruonOmnibus 1-3
Les Rois maudits, Tome 2 : La loi des mâles ; La louve de France by Maurice DruonOmnibus 4-5
Les Rois maudits, Tome 3 : Le lis et le lion ; Quand un roi perd la France by Maurice DruonOmnibus 6-7
Complete Six Volume Collection of the Accursed Kings by Maurice Druonomnibus 1-6

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A series of French historical novels that take place during the reigns of 7 kings in the 13th and 14th centuries.

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