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People/Characters: Louis XVII of France; Louis-Charles, Prince Royal of France and Duke of Normandy

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TitlesOrder
The Black Tower by Louis Bayard
The Chevalier de Maison Rouge by Alexandre Dumas
The Dauphin Louis XVII: The Riddle Of The Temple by G. Lenotre
John Adams by David McCullough
The king who never reigned: Being memoirs upon Louis XVII by Jean Eckard
Kwiat lilii we krwi by Halina Popławska
L'affaire Louis XVII by Philippe Delorme
Leopard in Exile by Andre Norton
The Lost King by Rafael Sabatini
Louis XVII by André Castelot
Louis XVII et l'énigme du temple by Georges Bordonove
Louis XVII, the unsolved mystery by H. G. Francq
Marie Antoinette: The Journey by Antonia Fraser
Marie-Therese, Child of Terror: The Fate of Marie Antoinette's Daughter by Susan Nagel
Le mystère Louis XVII : Histoire secrète de son évasion et de son exil aux Seychelles by Jacques Rivière
Mémoires de Madame la Duchesse de Tourzel : Gouvernante des enfants de France de 1789 à 1795 by Duchesse de Tourzel
The Prince Lost to Time by Ann Dukthas
The Queen's Lover by Francine du Plessix Gray
The Shadow of Albion by Andre Nortonas Louis-Charles Bourbon

Character description

Louis-Charles (born 1785) was the second son of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI. He became dauphin on the death of his older brother. He is the "lost dauphin" or "lost king" who disappeared during the French Revolution. He is believed to have died in prison in 1795.

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