NAPOLEONIC WARS--Historical Novels & Novellas by Arthur Conan Doyle (Illustrated)
ebook ∣ Historical Adventure Collection, Including 2 Novels & 19 Short Stories set in the Napoleonic Era
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Arthur Conan Doyle was a prolific writer of historical fiction with special interest and affection towards Napoleon's era. "The Great Shadow" takes place in the Napoleonic era on the English-Scottish border city called West Inch. It refers to the Napoleon's influence and his reputation that forms a shadow over West Inch. "Uncle Bernac" – Louis de Laval, a young French aristocrat in exile receives a mysterious invitation to join his uncle Bernac in France and enter into Napoleon's service. The novels follows the adventures of Louis and Bernac, and the story of life in Napoleon's camp on the French Coast. "Brigadier Gerard Stories" – Etienne Gerard, is a Hussar officer in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars. Gerard's most notable attribute is his vanity. Obsessed with honor and glory, he is always ready with a stirring speech or a gallant remark to a lady. The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard How the Brigadier Came to the Castle of Gloom How the Brigadier Slew the Brothers of Ajaccio How the Brigadier Held the King How the King Held the Brigadier How the Brigadier Took the Field Against the Marshal Millefleurs How the Brigadier Played For a Kingdom How the Brigadier Won His Medal How the Brigadier Was Tempted By the Devil The Crime of the Brigadier The Adventures of Gerard How Brigadier Gerard Lost His Ear How the Brigadier Captured Saragossa How the Brigadier Slew the Fox How the Brigadier Saved the Army How the Brigadier Triumphed in England How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk How the Brigadier Bore Himself at Waterloo I. The Story of the Forest Inn II. The Story of the Nine Prussian Horsemen The Last Adventure of the Brigadier The Marriage of the Brigadier Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) was a British writer best known for his detective fiction featuring the character Sherlock Holmes.