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Dr. Florence Byham Weinberg is an award-winning American author.  She was born in Alamogordo, New Mexico and traveled extensively in her youth as part of a military family during WWII. At the age of 21, she married Kurt Weinberg, a brilliant scholar and professor, and after earning her own PhD., Florence taught for 4 years at the University of Rochester, 22 years at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, and for 10 at Trinity University in San Antonio. When she retired in 1999, she devoted her life to writing her highly acclaimed collection of books.


New Release in 2022


Amid the French Wars of Religion, Jean de Sponde (1557-1595), a law student in Geneva, completes an alchemical experiment in which he believes he has changed silver into gold--one substance into another-leading him to think the Roman Catholic Eucharist might be true. 

Berated by the patriarch of Calvinism, Théodore de Bèze, he flees home to Navarre. There, Protestant King Henri recruits him for his legal expertise and trains him as a knight. READ MORE

Books by Dr. Florence Byham Weinberg

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