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Allison Pataki Pens Novel On European Empress, Plans Putnam Library Visit

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If you haven’t read any of Allison Patakai’s books, now’s the time to dig in. The New York Times bestselling author of “The Traitor’s Wife” and “The Accidental Empress” recently came out with her third novel, “SISI: Empress on Her Own “(Dial Press Hardcover) .

The book picks up where “The Accidental Empress, “left off yet also stands completely on its own. SISI focuses on the story behind of one of history’s most fascinating—and yet, relatively unknown—leading ladies, Empress Elisabeth (“Sisi”) of mid-19th century Austria-Hungary. Read full article here.

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