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The Brethren: A Tale Of The Crusades

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2004 - 347 pages
This stirring novel by Sir H. Rider Haggard, is set in the climactic months before the opening of the Third Crusade, called the King's Crusade. The Brethren is a classic tale ...
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The Lady of Blossholme

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2006
Set in England during the reign of King Henry VIII, "The Lady of Blossholme" is a record historical adventure. Depicting the fight of survival waged by two women, the work also ...
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Swallow: A Tale of the Great Trek

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2012 - 357 pages
Raised in near-isolation in South Africa, a young Dutch girl named Swallow spends her days gazing upon the sea and dreaming of a happier life filled with friends, family and ...
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A Tale of Three Lions

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2012 - 41 pages
What starts out as an enjoyable father-son outing turns into something entirely different in this thrilling tale from action-adventure master H. Rider Haggard. When famed ...
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Pearl Maiden: A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2003 - 371 pages
Sir H. Rider Haggard, the famous author of King Solomon's Mines, wrote this classic adventure novel about a young Christian woman who grew up in a Roman Empire during the first ...
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All Adventure: Cleopatra

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2001 - 291 pages
H. Rider Haggard practically invented the "journey-to-a-lost-civilization" adventure genre, which captured the public's imagination. He traveled the world, spending much time ...
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All Adventure: Wanderer's Necklace

H. Rider Haggard - Fiction - 2001 - 281 pages
H. Rider Haggard practically invented the "journey-to-a-lost-civilization" adventure genre, which captured the public's imagination. He traveled the world, spending much time ...
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