The She-Wolves of Machecoul

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Set against the backdrop of the Paris Uprising of 1832, `The She-Wolves of Machecoul' is dripping with political intrigue, sinister plots, and knuckle-cracking villains.

However, at its heart, the story is a romantic one, focusing on the fortunes of the eponymous she-wolves, Mary and Bertha.

While the plot to establish a new monarch unfolds, Mary and Bertha are both smitten with Baron Michel Logerie.

But is the Baron all that he seems, or does he have ulterior motives?

Filled with thrills, secrets, and historical detail, ´The She-Wolves of Machecoul´ is a superb adventure story, which will surely delight fans of Dumas' other works.

Alexandre Dumas (1802 - 1870) was one of the most popular French authors and playwrights of the 19th Century. After the death of his father, Dumas travelled to Paris where he eventually decided to work in the theatre. He first came to public attention at the age of 27 with his first play, `King Henry III and his Courts.'

After a succession of successful stage plays, Dumas turned his hand to writing novels. Many of these were serialised in newspapers, such as `La Comtesse de Salisbury; Édouard III,' and `Le Capitaine Paul.'

Many of Dumas' later works have been hailed as timeless classics and adapted for television and the silver screen, such as `The Three Musketeers', starring `Lord of the Rings'´ Orlando Bloom, and `The Count of Monte Cristo', starring `Superman' star, Henry Cavill.

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  • Nombre de pages

    500 Pages

  • Poids

    993 Ko

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  • Entrepôt

    Entrepot Numérique

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    ebook (ePub)

Alexandre Dumas

Ecrivain français du XIXe siècle (1802-1870), Avec sa «belle plume», Alexandre Dumas s'essaya à la poésie, au théâtre ... Dumas publie en tout près de quatre-vingt romans, notamment la trilogie des Mousquetaires : Les Trois mousquetaires (1844), Vingt ans après (1845), le Vicomte de Bragelonne (1848), le cycle de la Reine Margot (1847), et le célèbre Comte de Monte-Cristo (1845).