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1123, the age of Crusades in the Holy Land. The King of Jerusalem is overwhelmed by a powerful enemy army. The King – Baldwin II – is captured by his greatest foe, the Ortoqid warrior chieftain Balak. Meanwhile, back in Jerusalem, Queen, Morphia, is devastated by news of her husband’s capture. But she’s not willing to sit idle. The Queen formulates a daring plan to free her beloved from Balak’s dungeon. She can’t take on Balak directly, but she can use her cunning. How will she do it?
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