His name was Razko. By Gypsy law, he was her betrothed. he was handsome, powerful, and women desired him -- but not Perrine. She knew his cruelty; and when the gypsy camp was raided and her father killed as the result of a murder Razko had committed, Perrine ran away. To Paris, to the country of her mother's people. To New York and then to California, seeking the fame and fortune her beauty and wit could secure for her. But everywhere she went, Razko followed...
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May 1978 : USA Paperback