Lysbeth: A Tale of the Dutch
by H. Rider Haggard
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and co. 1901
Number of pages: 435
A tale of two ivory hunters in Africa who come across the deserted camp of a German anthropologist -- a man who had been studying the life and language of the great apes. Sir Henry Rider Haggard is best known for his adventure novels, especially King Solomon's Mines and She.
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by H. Rider Haggard - ManyBooks
This is an amazing retelling of the Biblical story of the Exodus from the view point of Ana, the Egyptian scribe. The novel includes historical information, action, adventure, romance, and internal struggles that are still seen in today's times.
by Henry Rider Haggard - Feedbooks
Three Englishmen, marooned on a mysterious South Sea island, learn of the islanders' powerful god Oro, who has been sleeping for 250,000 years. This is a tale of spirit travel, reincarnation, occult powers, a subterranean city, the elixir of life.
by Henry Rider Haggard - Longmans, Green
A must for all Haggard fans, 'Eric Brighteyes' is strongly recommended to anyone who enjoys a great tale of heroic endeavour. Perhaps the fastest-paced of all Haggard's many novels, it races from one highspot to another with vivid scene-setting.
by H. Rider Haggard - eBooks@Adelaide
Praised as the most amazing story ever written, it tells the tale in which Allan Quatermain, a gentleman adventurer, is hired to locate a man who has disappeared into the heart of Africa while hunting for the legendary diamond mines of King Solomon.