Adventures of Gerard

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J. Murray, 1959 - Fiction - 316 pages
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User Review  - DinadansFriend - LibraryThing

I like these tales, written in the Sherlockian hiatus by Conan Doyle. We follow our hero through his exploits, some of which are taken from the memoirs of an hussar, Baron de Marbot, and others just fun stuff. I view Gerard as an ancestor of Flashman rather than Sharpe. Read full review

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User Review  - dulac3 - LibraryThing

"At Waterloo, although, in a sense, I was present, I was unable to fight, and the enemy was victorious. It is not for me to say that there is a connection between these two things. You know me too ... Read full review


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