A Child Of The Revolution

During one return home, Sir Percy tells the story of André Vallon, a young Jacobin, to the Prince of Wales. André, wishing to revenge himself on a despotic seigneur,...

Sir Percy Leads The Band

Sir Percy leads a band of musicians whose play is of questionable quality. Nonetheless, the disguise enables him to listen in to conversations as revolutionaries lay their plans...

Petticoat Government

A story of the French aristocracy, the book concerns Madame de Pompadour’s influence over the King and France.In US published under the title Petticoat Rule.

The Case Of Miss Elliott

In the title story, a young matron from a convalescent home is found dead in a quiet Maida Vale street. The Daily Telegraph ran an article headed “Murder or Suicide”...

Sir Percy Hits Back

The League is up to their old tricks again, but this time they have the help of a local simple girl from the country, Fleurette. When she and her love fall into danger for her...

The Will-o’-the-wisp

The Will-o’-the-wisp was first published in 1947 during the last year of the author’s life. It is one of Orczy’s lesser known works and it has received very...

The Bronze Eagle

This is a romance set in France following the period of the Revolution and the expulsion of the Bourbons. Its central plot lies in the intrigues of their followers and those of...

I Will Repay

First published in 1906, I Will Repay is the first sequel to The Scarlet Pimpernel, though it is not chronologically the next story in the series. Following the immense success of...

The Nest Of The Sparrowhawk

Set in puritan Kent in 1657, the story focuses on the intrigues of Sir Marmaduke de Chevasse “as stiff a Roundhead as ever upheld my Lord Protector and his Puritanic...

A Bride Of The Plains

The story is set in Hungary and the scene is laid in a village close to the Maros.On this particular fourteenth of September it is Andor’s turn to go unwillingly into the...

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