By Rafael Sabatini
The Rafael Sabatini Megapack collects 20 works through the writer of many vintage swashbuckling adventures, together with Captain Blood, The Sea Hawk, Scaramouche, and more.
• Mistress Wilding
• Captain Blood
• ancient Night's Entertainment
• St. Martin's Summer
• The Snare
• The Trampling of the Lilies
• The lifetime of Cesare Borgia
• The Sea-Hawk
• The disgrace of Motley
• The walking Saint
• The Suitors of Yvonne
• The Tavern Knight
• Bardelys the Magnificent
• The Lion's Skin
• The Fool's Love Story
• Gismondi's Wage
And don't overlook to look your favourite e-book shop for extra entries within the Megapack sequence, protecting technological know-how fiction, myth, horror, experience, westerns, ghost tales, mysteries—and a lot, even more!
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