2 edition of mysterious cha^teau found in the catalog.
Yvonne de Bremond D"Ars
Written in English
Originally published as Le cha^teau fantasque.Hachette,1963.
|Statement||translated by Barbara Lucas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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5 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. out of 5 stars Very Slow. Reviewed in the United States on June 2, Verified Purchase/5(26). The story revolves around a Catholic priest by the name of Father François-Bérenger Saunière, who in the late 19 th century was posted at the village as the curé of the tiny church of St.
Mary Magdalene. At only 33 years of age, Saunière was young, industrious, and perhaps a bit too charming for his own good, supposedly making the rounds with some of the village women despite his priestly. It takes 25 years for the mystery to be solved and the end has a twist you may figure out, but the chateau’s mystery is unbelievable.
Author, L. Kincaid holds interest with likable characters, except one and descriptive writing of the chateau’s restoration. It’s most enjoyable and entertaining.
Book 2, The Vanishing is on my to read list/5(9). mysterious cha^teau book The Secret of the Chateau is a gripping story that enthralls from beginning to end. The setting is gorgeous- from Versailles to a chateau in the French Alps. If you are ever going to fall in love with a setting in a book, this is a strong contender for your affections/5.
As the saga of Rennes le Chateau developed over time, more details of incredible knowledge, supposed riches, secret societies, and more were exposed. As an author, Gerard de Sede () was inspired to write a book on the mystery of Berenger Sauniere and Rennes le Chateau entitled L’or de Rennes.
This book, later translated into English. A historical detective story, The Treasure of Rennes-le-Chateau: A Mystery Solved will captivate those interested in mystery, conspiracy and archaeology.
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Either way it is a tale that has captured the popular imagination like few others in recent years, spawning endless books, TV programs and the blockbuster novel.
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At the end of the 19th century, Bérenger Saunière, the poor parish priest of Rennes-le-Château, all of a sudden started spending a lot more money then he could ever have earned performing his normal had been assigned to this tiny village in the south of France at the age of 33 and had spent his first few years there in piety and poverty.
Books shelved as rennes-le-chateau: Rennes-le-Château - Saunière's Secret by Jean-Luc Robin, The Cook, the Rat the Heretic: Living in the Shadow of Renne. François-Bérenger Saunière (11 April – 22 January ) was a Roman Catholic priest in the French village of Rennes-le-Château, in the Aude region, officially from until he was transferred to another village in by his bishop.
He declined this nomination and subsequently resigned. From until his death in he was a non-stipendiary Free Priest (an independent priest.
The mystery surrounding Rennes-Le-Chateau is endlessly fascinating and has spawned innumerable books attempting to unravel the secret and explain how an impoverished country priest became a wealthy mover and shaker and spent tons of dough converting his little church into a giant puzzle box.
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In search of the answer, Raffaella Bianucci of the University of Turin led an international team of researchers in the analysis of the lung. Bianucci said in a meeting at the International Conference of Comparative Mummy Studies that they scanned lung biopsies with an electron microscope.
The surface of the lung tissue showed a massive concentration of copper ion. The author's attempt to solve the mystery of Rennes-le-Chateau through geometric survey of the surrounding land is linked with other long-standing mysteries such as the Ark of the Covenant, the Temple of Solomon, Noah's Ark, the ancient mysteries of Greece & Egypt, Sirius & Atlantis.
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The Chateau Mystery Book 5 was no exception. As always, Goddin wove a mystery into and around the daily lives of the residents of the French village of Castillac. This time, Molly split her time between a murder investigation and several ventures aimed at saving her from financial doom.
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Keep reading for book giveaway for two lucky US-based readers!.The book is about the story of Sauniere, a priest, and his work at Rennes-Le-Chateau which included becoming very rich, digging up graves, taking a lover, having wild parties, finding strange parchments, getting the church authorities really mad, rebuilding a church, building a place for himself, taking mysterious trips and eventually dying penniless/5(3).The mystery surrounding Rennes-Le-Chateau is endlessly fascinating and has spawned innumerable books attempting to unravel the secret and explain how an impoverished country priest became a wealthy mover and shaker and spent tons of dough converting his little church into a giant puzzle box.
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