FLASHMAN AND THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT, From the Flashman Papers 1845 - 46,

By: George MacDonald Fraser

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FLASHMAN AND THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT, From the Flashman Papers 1845 - 46, by George MacDonald Fraser
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Collins Harvill, publishers, London, 1990. hardcover, 5½" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Ours is a ex-library copy with usual stamps, stickers, pocket and barcode. GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Harry Flashman, arch-rotter of the Victorian era and the most decorated poltroon in the Army, despite his best efforts of avoidance, becomes involved in the strangest and most desperate of Britain's forgotten imperial wars - when the mighty Sikh Khalsa and the finest army in Asia are poised to invade India and sweep Britannia's ill-guarded empire into the sea. Nor could he avoid the beautiful nymphomaniac Maharani of the debauched Court of Punjab (poor, struggling Flashman!)

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