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Rafael Sabatini

Life: 1875-1950

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The Red Mask, [en] 1898

The Fool's Love Story, [en] 1899

The Curate and the Actress, [en] 1899

The Suitors of Yvonne
Being a Portion of the Memoirs of the Sieur Gaston de Luynes, [en] 1902

The Tavern Knight, [en] 1904

Bardelys the Magnificent, [en] 1906

The Trampling of the Lilies, [en] 1906

Love-at-Arms
Being a narrative excerpted from the chronicles of Urbino during the dominion of the High and Mighty Messer Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, [en] 1907

The Shame of Motley
Being the Memoir of Certain Transactions in the Life of Lazzaro Biancomonte, of Biancomonte, sometime Fool of the Court of Pesaro, [en] 1908

Saint Martin's Summer, [en] 1909

Mistress Wilding, [en] 1910

The Lion's Skin, [en] 1911

The Life of Cesare Borgia
A History and Some Criticisms, [en] 1912

The Strolling Saint
Being the Confessions of the High & Mighty Agostino D'Anguissola Tyrant of Mondolfo & Lord of Carmina, in the State of Piacenza, [en] 1913

The Sea-Hawk, [en] 1915

The Historical Nights' Entertainment, [en] 1917

The Snare
A Story of the Napoleonic Wars, [en] 1917

The Historical Nights Entertainment
Second Series, [en] 1919

Scaramouche
A Romance of the French Revolution, [en] 1921

Captain Blood
His Odyssey, [en] 1922

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