3 edition of In the shadow of the guillotine, Comprising Scaramouche, The Marquis of Carabas, The lost king. found in the catalog.
In the shadow of the guillotine, Comprising Scaramouche, The Marquis of Carabas, The lost king.
1955 by Hutchinson .
Written in English
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In the Shadow of the Guillotine; comprising: Scaramouche; The Marquis of Carabas; The Lost King [Omnibus Edition] Hardcover. [solid book, light soiling to page edges, small tear at bottom of ffep, a couple of tiny nicks in cloth at edge of front cover; jacket has been nibbled at by some insect, apparently, resulting in several holes along.
In the Shadow of the Guillotine (Omnibus comprising Scaramouche, The Marquis of Carabas and The Lost King,] A Fair Head of Angling Stories  The Fortunes of Casanova and Other Stories [, stories originally published & ] The Outlaws of Falkensteig (, stories originally published ].
The Lost King' tells the story of Louis XVII - the French royal who officially died at the age of ten but, as legend has it, escaped to foreign lands where he lived to an old age. Sabatini breathes life into these age-old myths, creating a story of passion, revenge and betrayal/5(1).
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