a High Crime . . .
Jacques-Jean is a charming, honorable young man who lives a peaceful, privileged life within the French dukedom of his Catholic father. Although a bastard raised in his Huguenot mother’s faith, he unexpectedly becomes his father’s only heir. Life seems deceptively idyllic until October 1685. Louis XIV rescinds the Edict of Nantes which had ensured every French Protestant protection under the law. Overnight, it is a High Crime to practice the Huguenot Faith!
A jealous and aspiring family member turns the attention of the Court upon Jacques-Jean. A Royal Warrant is issued for his arrest and his father cannot protect him. Never will King Louis or the Church of State allow the Huguenot to inherit a dukedom! With ambitious eyes lusting for his future inheritance, pretense of conversion will not save him. The gen d’armes have a network closing in. He must escape the country—leaving everything he knows behind forever!
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Louis XIV rescinds the Edict of Nantes which had ensured every French Protestant protection under the law. Overnight, it is a High Crime to practice the Huguenot Faith!
The Huguenot: Flight From Terror
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