Napoleon Bonaparte bestrode Europe like a colossus.
But what of his Marshals, who ably (or not) assisted him in his rise and fall?
This classic work of military history examines the period of 1796 to 1815, from Napoleon’s victories in Italy up to the point of his defeat at Waterloo.
The greatest of all wars.
As told by one of England's greatest poets.
'The Irish Guards In The Great War' is a classic of military history - Rudyard Kipling's memorable account of how one regiment fought from 1914-1918. Now Kipling's volumes on the First and Second Battalion are put together in one collection.
In this absorbing account Major Hesketh-Prichard tells the story of those duels, the genesis of scout sniping, the ruses invented to lure an enemy out into the open, and the founding of the first British army sniping school.
The anonymous killer carves a path all over the country leaving a series of mysterious ‘accidents’ in his wake, but unbeknownst to him someone is on his trail.
The predator himself is being tracked.
'The Man With No Face' is a classic mystery story from one of the masters of the genre.