The Elusive Pimpernell - Baroness Orczy Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Baroness Orczy / Edition: Third Edition / Hardcover / Book is published 1908 by Hutchinson & Co.
Newest Review: ... to capture TSP he sets off to England, with the mission of luring the man to France where he can be captured. Engaging the ... more
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by - written on 01/10/10, updated on 01/10/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
The Elusive Pimpernell by the Barones Orczy is the third novel featuring the famous English fop and bane of the French. As I'm waiting for the first Pimpernell novel to be approved by Dooyoo, review soon to come I hope on that one. I've not read the second but have just finished the third book in the series, the Elusive Pimpernell. The Scarlett Pimpernell TSP as I'm calling him from now is a English gent who goes over the France and rescues French aristocrats from the clutches of the rabid French revolutionaries in and around 1780-1790. In the first novel, his identity is unknown to the reader but here in this novel we all know who ... Read the complete review
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