One Thousand and One Nights, Volume 06
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One Thousand and One Nights, Volume 06

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Socrates and Alcibiades must combat intrigue in plague-ravaged Athens when Critias conspires to tear the lovers apart...but the conspiracy doesn't end with Sehara's Tale. As Shahryar prepares to oust invading Crusaders, a betrayal from within diverts his attention from battle and leaves his kingdom - and Sehara - vulnerable to attack!
Paperback, 176 pages
Published December 16th 2008 by Yen Press (first published September 1st 2007)
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In spite of hearing about Socrates and his lover, Shahryar quickly reverts to his former viciousness when his brother Shazaman sends him a picture of Fatima.

Shazaman has the political savvy his older brother lacks, making him an able conspirator. He has used the tactic of “divide and conquer” and Shahryar has fallen for it, leaving Baghdad undefended against the invading Crusaders. The plot thickens as the eerie Fatima, Shahryar's adulterous wife, re-appears at Shazaman’s side. Romance, intrigu...more
Wow, apparently the story in this volume about Socrates is true. Who knew?
Regina Hunter
I just love these series.
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