Mi Amiga, La Emperatriz Sissi - Marguerite Cunliffe-Owen

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Marguerite Cunliffe-Owen - Mi Amiga, La Emperatriz Sissi ebook

Puede que jamas se haya escrito un relato tan fiel y leal de uno de los personajes mas relevantes de las cortes europeas del siglo XIX. Un testimonio apasionado que te impregnara con cada gota de amor que destilan las nobles palabras de quien fuera amiga



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