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The Tiger of Mysore 1st Edition

£5.99

Product description

Here for sale is the book The Tiger of Mysore written by G. A. Henty
Published in 1896.
Good condition for it's age, general wear.

When Dick Holland’s father is shipwrecked off the coast of India in the late 1700s and taken prisoner by the tyrant Tippoo, his mother determines to travel to India with him to find her husband. Dick and his companion Surajah travel about in various disguises searching for the English sea-captain. Dick kills a tiger that attacks the women in Tippoo’s harem, and a grateful Tippoo rewards him and makes him an officer in his service. He escapes from Tippoo with a young English girl held captive in the harem before he returns to the hill fort where he believes his father is held prisoner. After many more adventures, Dick returns to his homeland a seasoned soldier and a wealthy man.

Item details

Author(s):
G. A. Henty
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
7.5" x 5.3"
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
81
Publisher:
Blackie & Son

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About this item

Here for sale is the book The Tiger of Mysore written by G. A. Henty
Published in 1896.
Good condition for it's age, general wear.

When Dick Holland’s father is shipwrecked off the coast of India in the late 1700s and taken prisoner by the tyrant Tippoo, his mother determines to travel to India with him to find her husband. Dick and his companion Surajah travel about in various disguises searching for the English sea-captain. Dick kills a tiger that attacks the women in Tippoo’s harem, and a grateful Tippoo rewards him and makes him an officer in his service. He escapes from Tippoo with a young English girl held captive in the harem before he returns to the hill fort where he believes his father is held prisoner. After many more adventures, Dick returns to his homeland a seasoned soldier and a wealthy man.

Author(s):
G. A. Henty
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
7.5" x 5.3"
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
81
Publisher:
Blackie & Son

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