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Napoleon'apos;s Gold (Cód: 9758094)

Keith Braun

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Napoleon's Gold is a historical fiction, set during the Peace of Amiens, which marked the end of the French Revolutionary War and the beginning of the Napoleonic War. Smugglers and spies mingle with Admiralty Lords and the Heir to the Throne, while a British Navy captain is transformed into a thief extrordinaire. Phillip Hollis, the paradoxical captain who detests violence is thrust into broadsides on the high seas, rescuing hostages, and stealing millions in French Gold. All comes at a price to the peer who has no interest in women but falls in love with a young lady who detests the idea of men or marriage. At time humorous, at times thrilling, the book asks the question of why inexplicable events occurred during the fragile peace and provides fictional reasons that might have prompted them.

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Peso 0.00 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca FRIESENPRESS
Acabamento e-book
Cód. Barras 9781460227107
AutorKeith Braun