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THE KING'S JACKAL BY RICHARD HARDING DAVIS The King's Jackal I The private terrace of the Hotel Grand Bretagne, at Tangier, was shaded by a great awning of red and green and yellow, and strewn with colored mats, and plants in pots, and wicker chairs. It reached out from the Kings apartments into the Garden of Palms, and was hidden by them on. The King's Jackal by Richard Harding Davis Part 2 out of 2. homepage; Index of The King's Jackal; Previous part (1) the men themselves. It had interested him to watch Baron Barrat bring out the ancient crown and jewelled sceptre which had been the regalia of all the Kings of Messina since the.
The Jackal of Nar: Book One of Tyrants and Kings John Marco, Author Spectra Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Hardcover. First edition. Lists five titles on page ii but contemporary owner's signature says January pointing to possible unknown variant of the first edition not listed in BAL. Illustrations by C.D. Gibson. 12mo. Touch of toning to the spine, two spots on front illustrated gilt boards and ink owner's name, else fine. Davis was often considered to be the model for Gibson's handsome.
Elizabeth Peters became a published author in , writing the non-fiction book Temples, Tombs & Hieroglyphs under her real name of Barbara Mertz. She would make her fiction debut in as Barbara Michaels with The Master of Blacktower. Her Elizabeth Peters nom de plume would debut would debut in with The Jackal’s Head. Below is a. The King's Jackal. Author: DAVIS, Richard Harding Title: The King's Jackal Publication: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, Description: Hardcover. First edition. Pictorial yellow cloth stamped in dark blue and gilt. Illustrations by C.D. Gibson. 12mo. Spine and edges darkened, corners lightly bumped, a very good Rating: % positive.
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Summary “Letting in the Jungle” After Mowgli killed Shere Khan, he went back to his home-cave to sleep and tell Mother and Father Wolf the story of what he and his friends had done. He praises Akela and Gray rues, however, how the townspeople threw stones at him.
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The King's Jackal- by Richard Harding Davis- Illustrated by C. Gibson- Charles Scribner's Sons-NY- Later Edition- Hardcover: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall- Near FINE/No Jacket as Issued- Red cloth with gilt titles on spine and Scribner's logo on fron- Clean, square and tight- pp all clean, no tears or writing- tops Read more.
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About The Jackal of Nar. A nation’s fate rests one one man’s struggle between loyalty and desire. His enemies call Prince Richius “the Jackal,” but he is merely a reluctant warrior for the Emperor in the fight for the strife-ridden borderland of Lucel-Lor. The characters in the book are presented in such a way that there is no cut and dried good vs.
evil as in so many fantasy novels. Marco has done an excellent job in portraying the motivations of his characters in such a way that no-one is shown as being purely good and at the same time, even the villains are given redeeming qualities.5/5(1).Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.The Day of the Jackal () is a thriller novel by English author Frederick Forsyth about a professional assassin who is contracted by the OAS, a French dissident paramilitary organisation, to kill Charles de Gaulle, the President of France.
The novel received admiring reviews and praise when first published inand it received a Best Novel Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of Author: Frederick Forsyth.