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The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard

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The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard
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Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide
Number of pages: 346

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In these pages you will find adventure, action, romance, love and self-sacrifice, hair's-breadth escape and reckless courage, gallantry, panache and a droll. You will also find yourself, even more than with the celebrated stories of Holmes and Watson, in the hands of an indisputable artist. For more than any other adventure stories, these stories have a power to move the reader.

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