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By Paul Doherty

Matthias Fitzosbert, illegitimate son of a parish priest, has a distinct courting with Rosifer, the fallen angel—the spirit he loves but hates, strives to placate but finally needs to flee. the tale of Matthias is performed out opposed to the bright landscape of the center Ages—the fall of Constantinople; the final throes of the Wars of the Roses; the phobia of witchcraft; the loneliness of the Scottish marches; the battlefields of Spain; and eventually, the luxurious jungles of the Caribbean, the place the Rose Demon and Matthias meet for a last lethal confrontation.

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