Dawn Patitucci

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Dawn Patitucci has lived her entire life in the Chicago area and is a longtime college professor in computer science. She is a Germanophile, a power-tool-wielding handywoman, and an orange male cat enthusiast. The Queen's Prophet is her debut novel.

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The Queen's Prophet

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The Queen's Prophet by Dawn Patitucci
“Nicolas was dressed exquisitely tonight, with his usual air of effortlessness, in a silk doublet the color of blackberries and dotted with freshwater pearls, snug as a fruitskin against his tiny torso, and a ruff so crisply starched and diaphanous it looked to have been spun from sugar.”
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The Queen's Prophet by Dawn Patitucci
“Mari's original plan to have the Queen play coy with the King was, she now realized, woefully inadequate—a milkmaid's game, played against actual military commanders.”
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The Queen's Prophet by Dawn Patitucci
“A lump of dread jellied in her gut when she realized what she had done, the game she was in. These men controlled half of the western hemisphere. Stakes didn't get any higher than this.”
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The Queen's Prophet by Dawn Patitucci
"Finally! This is the one I’d been waiting for! I just love a book that I cannot put down – and The Queen’s Prophet is it! Love the characters. Love the story. It’s a charming mix of drama, suspense, and humor – and perfectly intriguing for anyone..." Read more of this review »
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The Resurrection of Joan Ashby by Cherise Wolas
"This book was unlike anything I've read before! I loved reading it....sometimes. Other times, I got a little impatient as it seemed to drag on. I picked it up because I saw a review that said something like "this book does for motherhood what Gone..." Read more of this review »
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"“…years on, people round here still use your names as a kind of salacious cautionary tale…”

It’s rare that I stumble upon a read as gripping and as raw as this one was. And, it was not an outright or vulgar kind of raw—no, that wouldn’t really be t..." Read more of this review »
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“The Spaniards were seated at a table by the hearth, dominating the room with their mustachioed handsomeness and aggressive good cheer.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“The Queen wore a resplendent dress, with a skirt wide enough to hide two dwarfs comfortably, and a hatched bodice that looked like a gold-dipped waffle.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“A lump of dread jellied in her gut when she realized what she had done, the game she was in. These men controlled half of the western hemisphere. Stakes didn't get any higher than this.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

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“The Spaniards were seated at a table by the hearth, dominating the room with their mustachioed handsomeness and aggressive good cheer.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“The Queen wore a resplendent dress, with a skirt wide enough to hide two dwarfs comfortably, and a hatched bodice that looked like a gold-dipped waffle.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“A lump of dread jellied in her gut when she realized what she had done, the game she was in. These men controlled half of the western hemisphere. Stakes didn't get any higher than this.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“Mari's original plan to have the Queen play coy with the King was, she now realized, woefully inadequate—a milkmaid's game, played against actual military commanders.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet

“Nicolas was dressed exquisitely tonight, with his usual air of effortlessness, in a silk doublet the color of blackberries and dotted with freshwater pearls, snug as a fruitskin against his tiny torso, and a ruff so crisply starched and diaphanous it looked to have been spun from sugar.”
Dawn Patitucci, The Queen's Prophet




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