Wheatley mainly wrote adventure novels, with many books in a series of. .The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware (, August 1971).
Background themes included the French Revolution (the Roger Brook series), Satanism (the Duke de Richleau series), World War II (the Gregory Sallust series) and espionage (the Julian Day novels). The Irish Witch (/Occult, August 1973). Desperate Measures (, September 1974). It has an abridged version of the introduction to version two.
While there he first met Lady Mary Ware, with unexpected results for both of them. In Russia he again met Lady Mary and disguised her as his soldier servant. Later, events carried him to Copenhagen, St. Petersburg and Moscow, which had just been occupied by Napoleon. The description of their participation in Napoleon's terrible Retreat from Moscow in 1812 has rarely, if ever, been equalled. Thriller & Crime Espionage.
Rack his brains as he would, he could think of no way by which he might attempt to save himself. The factor which rendered him so helpless was his complete isolation. on in Paris or London there would have been a score of influential friends on whom he could have called for aid. By belatedly admitting the truth-that he had drugged his wife and the Baron, but had expected them to regain consciousness within a few hours-he might have secured a revision of sentence to a term of imprisonment for culpable homicide.
While there he first met Lady Mary Ware, with unexpected results for both of them In Russia he again met Lady Mary and disguised her as his soldier servant. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Bloomsbury ReaderReleased: Aug 28, 2014ISBN: 9781448212972Format: book.
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1WANTED FOR MURDER Ultimately, they were both anxious to get back to England Roger to escape Napoleon's police, and Georgina to rejoin young Charles, her dearly loved son by her second husband, the Earl of St. Ermins. 1.
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Details (if other): Cancel. In Russia he again met Lady Mary and disguised her as his sold Sep 1809 - 1 Jan 1813 In 1809 Roger Brook went to Lisbon and became involved in the Peninsular War. While there he first met Lady Mary Ware, with unexpected results for both of them.
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Excluding the crime dossiers, they covered all 53 of Wheatley's published fiction titles up to 1971, plus 'Red Eagle' and 'Old Rowley'. Wheatley's last three novels, 'The Strange Story of Linda Lee', 'The Irish Witch' and 'Desperate Measures', were never included. The Ravishing Of Lady Mary Ware (N.
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But the best of the adventure novels set in the Napoleonic era are the Roger Brook series of books by Wheatley. Major historical figures pop in and out of this series as the hero travels around the world giving a good historical overview from just prior to the French Revolution to Waterloo.