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by George MacDonald Fraser
Author: George MacDonald Fraser
Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub (June 1, 1998)
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George MacDonald Fraser. St James's Place, London. It was an American voice, sharp and eager, perhaps a little too conciliatory. Oh, and I have a copy of one of Mr Conan Doyle - I beg your pardon, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novels, printed in America.
George MacDonald Fraser. Want me to keep an eye on that one, sir?'
Like most of the people who will probably read this book, I found out about George MacDonald Fraser through the Flashman Papers
Like most of the people who will probably read this book, I found out about George MacDonald Fraser through the Flashman Papers. If you liked Flashy and his exploits, I'd recommend "Mr. American," but I would caution you: it's NOT the same kind of novel. Fraser's meticulous attention to historical detail and vivid characterization are still on display, but another Victorian-era adventure this ain't. How is "Mr. American" different?
George MacDonald Fraser OBE FRSL (2 April 1925 – 2 January 2008) was a Scottish author who wrote historical novels, non-fiction books and several screenplays.
George MacDonald Fraser OBE FRSL (2 April 1925 – 2 January 2008) was a Scottish author who wrote historical novels, non-fiction books and several screenplays. He is best known for a series of works that featured the character Flashman. Fraser was born to Scottish parents in Carlisle, England, on 2 April 1925. His father was a doctor and his mother a nurse. It was his father who passed on to Fraser his love of reading, and a passion for his Scottish heritage.
Mark Franklin came from the American West to Edwardian England with two long-barrelled. 44s in his baggage and a fortune in silver in the bank. Where he had got it and what he was looking for no one could guess, although they wondered - at Scotland Yard, in City offices, in the glittering theatreland of the West End, in the highest circles of Society (even King Edward was puzzled) and in the humble pub at Castle Lancing.
George MacDonald Fraser
George MacDonald Fraser. A self-confident performance by an old hand. Mr. Fraser clearly enjoys being master of such a wide and wild plot and makes sure to leave room in it for his most famous creation, the eponymous hero of his "Flashman" adventure series. Flashman on the March-the twelfth book in George MacDonald Fraser’s ever-beloved, always scandalous Flashman Papers series-is Flashman and Fraser at their best. 955. Published: 2005. George MacDonald Fraser's hilarious stories of the most disastrous soldier in the British Army are collected together for the first time in one volume.
This page contains details about the Fiction book Mr. American by George MacDonald Fraser published in 1980
This page contains details about the Fiction book Mr. American by George MacDonald Fraser published in 1980. This book is the 1938th greatest Fiction book of all time as determined by thegreatestbooks.
A self-confident performance by an old hand.
Автор:George Fraser MacDonald
Автор:George Fraser MacDonald. Here the guide books which the porter had obtained were waiting for him, but he ignored them in favour of the large ordnance survey map of Norfolk, which he spread out on the bed and began to examine with close attention. For half an hour he pored over it, the dark face intent as he traced over the fine print and symbols denoting such detailed items as railway cuttings, plantations, marshes, forest paths, churches with spires (and with towers), historic sites, and the like, and the quaint, pastoral place-names, Attleborough, Sheringham, Swaffham, Methwold, and Castle Lancing.
by. George MacDonald Fraser. Flashman, Harry Paget (Fictitious character) - Fiction, Americans - England - Fiction, London (England) - Fiction. Carroll & Graf Publishers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.