Book List in Order: 20 titles

  • This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the very best virtual requirements. The version carries over forty motion adventure testimonies of the Foreign Legion: STEPSONS OF FRANCE: Ten little Legionaries À Los Angeles Ninon...


  • “The Earlier India Novels Part A” contains the revised versions of the first two published novels by P. C. Wren. “Dew and Mildew”, as is usual with a first novel, contains a large amount of autobiographical information. Major themes include e...


  • “The Earlier India Novels Part B” contains the revised versions of the third and fourth novels written by Wren. Of the four novels comprising “The Earlier India Novels” by Wren, these novels are the closest to what Wren is most famous for: ad...


  • The Foreign Legion Novels Part A contains The Wages of Virtue (1916), Wren’s first novel of the French Foreign Legion, and Sowing Glory (1931), a novel supposedly only edited, not written, by Wren. The Wages of Virtue is the story of Sir Montague M...


  • The Foreign Legion Novels Part B contains the novels Paper Prison, published in 1939, and The Uniform of Glory, published in 1941. Paper Prison is the story of twin fraternal brothers, Mark and Luke Tuyler, and the woman whom they love, Rosanne. Pape...


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    The book starts out in East Africa where Sir Montague Merline, his wife, and two friends, Lord Huntington and Captain Strong (of the Queen"s African Rifles), are on safari. Lady Merline and Lord Huntington are falling in love. Merline and Strong are ...


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    This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United Sta...


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    The Author would like to anticipate certain of the objections which may be raised by some of the kindly critics and reviewers who gave so friendly and encouraging a chorus of praise to Beau Geste, The Wages of Virtue, and The Stepsons of France. Cert...


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    Chronicle of pre-Great War life in the French Foreign Legion. Plot sends Michael "Beau" Geste into the desert to recover a family jewel. His great heroism in an ultimately empty gesture survives as a metaphor to this day....






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    Percival Christopher Wren is best known as a novelist, publishing twenty-eight novels from 1912 to 1941, the most famous of which being Beau Geste (1924). Wren also published seven short story collections: Stepsons of France (1917), The Young Stagers...


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    Bertram Greene, brilliant student, aesthete, intellectual and shy, decides to make his military father proud of him at last and joins the colonial Indian Army Reserve as a second Lieutenant at the start of Great War. Feeling a complete fish out of wa...


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    The collected Gestes-the first volume of a four volume set There are some works of fiction and their characters, that are familiar to practically everyone-whether they have read the books or not; King Solomon's Mines and Alan Quatermain, The Prisoner...


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    The collected Gestes-volume two of a four volume set There are some works of fiction and their characters, that are familiar to practically everyone-whether they have read the books or not; King Solomon's Mines and Alan Quatermain, The Prisoner of Z...


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    The collected Gestes-volume three of a four volume set There are some works of fiction and their characters, that are familiar to practically everyone-whether they have read the books or not; King Solomon's Mines and Alan Quatermain, The Prisoner of ...


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    The collected Gestes-volume four of a four volume set There are some works of fiction and their characters, that are familiar to practically everyone-whether they have read the books or not; King Solomon's Mines and Alan Quatermain, The Prisoner of Z...


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    The Geste Novels is the first of a seven volume series, The Collected Novels of P. C. Wren. Volume one of The Collected Novels of P. C. Wren contains the four novels that feature the Geste brothers and their friends. These novels are the well-known B...


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    Percival Christopher Wren (1875-1941) was a British writer, mostly of adventure fiction. He is remembered best for "Beau Geste" (1924), a much-filmed book involving the French Foreign Legion in North Africa, and its sequels, "Beau Sabreur" and "Beau ...


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    When Colonel Matthew Devon de Warrenne, V.C., D.S.O., of the Queen's Own Bombay Lancers, pinned his Victoria Cross to the bosom of his dying wife's night-dress he was not himself. He was beside himself with grief. Afterwards he adjured the sole witne...


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    A vivid picture of life in the French Foreign Legion. The sayings, the doings and adventures of those reckless soldiers make it not only a romance but a reality. Soldats de la Légion, de la Légion Étrangère, n'ayant pas de...






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    This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scannin...