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#1  HarryT 04-09-2007, 04:21 AM
Volume 8 of my H. Rider Haggard Anthology contains four books which illustrate another of Haggard's "specialities" - historical novels. The books are:


1. Cleopatra

The story of the love affair and downfall of Cleopatra and Mark Antony.


2. Eric Brighteyes

A Nordic heroic fantasy based on the old Icelandic sagas.


3. Montezuma's Daughter

The story of the collapse of the Aztec empire.


Morning Star

Supernatural romance set in ancient egypt.


Enjoy!

EDIT: 2 Apr 08

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Previous download count: 197
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#2  UncleDuke 04-10-2007, 05:35 PM
now this is great lit. my hat's off to you harry.
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#3  HarryT 04-02-2008, 04:56 AM
Recreated the book to improve formatting, preserve dashes, etc. Uploaded v2.
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#4  Tattncat 11-21-2008, 11:30 PM
Quote HarryT
Volume 8 of my H. Rider Haggard Anthology contains four books which illustrate another of Haggard's "specialities" - historical novels. The books are:


1. Cleopatra

The story of the love affair and downfall of Cleopatra and Mark Antony.


2. Eric Brighteyes

A Nordic heroic fantasy based on the old Icelandic sagas.


3. Montezuma's Daughter

The story of the collapse of the Aztec empire.


Morning Star

Supernatural romance set in ancient egypt.


Enjoy!

EDIT: 2 Apr 08

Recreated the book to improve formatting, preserve dashes, etc. Uploaded v2.

Previous download count: 197
Thanks, Harry. I've just added this entire collection to my list of must reads.
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