Bellarion The Fortunate
by Rafael Sabatini
Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin 1926
Number of pages: 268
This is an historical novel set at the beginning of the 15th century in northern Italy. The narrative is presented as the author's compilation of histories of Bellarion's life. There are numerous twists and turns to the plot as Bellarion rises in rank to become an important mercenary captain ...
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by Rafael Sabatini - Project Gutenberg
At the time of its 1922 debut the book was a smash hit and was followed up with additional adventures of swashbuckler Peter Blood in numerous sequels. This book is a salty dose of high-seas adventure for all fiction collections.
by Rafael Sabatini - Feedbooks
Sabatini wrote his stories to thrill and delight his readers with accounts of bizarre and extraordinary episodes. Based on real events, Sabatini has brought to them his own embellishments, adding all the liveliness and excitement of fiction.
by Rafael Sabatini - Wessels & Bissel Co.
The Sea-Hawk, originally published in 1915, is the story of a Cornish gentleman, Sir Oliver Tressilian, who is betrayed by a jealous brother. Liberated from slavery aboard a Spanish galley, Sir Oliver joins the Barbary pirates who freed him.
by Rafael Sabatini - S. Paul & co
Raphael Sabatini went to original source material and provides a well reasoned, balanced and believable account of Cesare, his family and the world in which they lived. Every piece of information is backed up by quotes or historical proof.