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This is the best book i have ever read,i recomend it to everyone that loves an adventure,and that enjoys stories of the middle ages Read full review
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Page 385 - Crown 8vo, beautifully bound, olivine edges, $1.50. Sir Aubrey Shenstone, the father of the hero, has devoted himself and his fortune to his monarch, Charles I., only to be left to die in poverty. The hero, almost destitute, makes a brave fight against misfortune, winning his way from an humble beginning to the position his birth entitles him to fill. He serves in the war against the Dutch, and after many exciting experiences during the great fire and plague of London, finally regains possession...