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The Lotus and the Wind DJVU FB2 EPUB por John Masters 978-0345215796
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  • Título Original: The Lotus and the Wind
  • Autor del libro: John Masters
  • ISBN: 978-0345215796
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:278
  • Realese fecha:1953-03-18
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In 1879 Lieutenant Robin Savage is serving in the second Anglo-Afghan war as Britain and the Russian Empire engage in the Great Game that will decide AfghanistanOCOs future. Unjustly accused of cowardice Lieutenant Savage joins the Secret Service to prove his loyalty and he must unravel the mystery of ?AtlarOCO, the word written by an Afghan stranger in his own blood, to t In 1879 Lieutenant Robin Savage is serving in the second Anglo-Afghan war as Britain and the Russian Empire engage in the Great Game that will decide AfghanistanOCOs future. Unjustly accused of cowardice Lieutenant Savage joins the Secret Service to prove his loyalty and he must unravel the mystery of ?AtlarOCO, the word written by an Afghan stranger in his own blood, to thwart the ambitions of Tsarist Russia. Only SavageOCOs love of the empty spaces of AfghanistanOCOs plains and his own courage will protect him as he sets out with a faithful Gurkha orderly to the furthest frontier of the British Empire. John Masters captures the beauty, the strangeness and the splendour of the British Raj and evokes the tensions and conflicts of nineteenth-century Afghanistan with an authority unlike that of any other writer".