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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 The Ming Storytellers
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'It is the 15th Century. At the dawn of the Ming Dynasty, three women's path will cross. And of their journey, a tale will be born. An imperial concubine, a Persian traveller and a mysterious storyteller. Three women: One story. This is Beijing. A city seething with mystery and royal intrigue.
'Once a palace orphan, the wilful Min Li has only ever sought to please, even if that means pleasing Emperor Zhu Di. Now a powerful concubine, Min Li unearths a terrible secret concealed within the walls of Beijing's Imperial city. Driven to despair, she seeks help from her lover, Admiral Zheng He. But this will spark a chain of events that even sets Beijing's palace on fire. Min Li's fate is sealed yet her true enemy is not who she thinks.
'The Ming Storytellers is a historical tale of 15th century China that sweeps across the palaces of Nanjing and Beijing into the mountainous villages of Yunnan, where a mysterious shaman holds the key to a woman's destiny. Across the oceans, from the bustling bazaars of Southern India to the lush shores of Zanzibar, nothing is what it seems.' (Source: Bookseller's website)

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      Laura Rahme ,
      2013 .
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      Extent: 634p.
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      ISBN: 9781479296187
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  • c
    East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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    South Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
  • ca. 1400
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