Can a man be all bad? When Harry Flashman's adventures as the reluctant secret agent in Afghanistan lead him to join the exclusive company of Lord Cardigan's Hussars and play a part in the disastrous Retreat from Kabul, it culminates in the rascal's finest - and most dishonest - turn.
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 129 x 198 x 22mm | 230g
- 18 Jun 2015
- HarperCollins Publishers
- HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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05 Oct 2011
'Politically incorrect, lascivious and fiendishly handsome, Flashman is the greatest ' BORIS JOHNSON
'Flashman is one of the great characters of modern fiction; a rogue, a lover, and always an irresistible read' BERNARD CORNWELL
'Flashman, Sherlock Holmes, Toad of Toad Hall, Bertie Wooster. Any writer would give his eye-teeth to have created a character as good as those. GMF was one of the greats' CONN IGGULDEN
'The perfect fictional creation' TONY PARSONS
'A first-rate historical novelist' KINGSLEY AMIS
About George MacDonald Fraser
novelist, journalist and screenwriter. Having worked on newspapers in Britain and Canada he is perhaps most famous for his series of Flashman novels and his anti-hero Harry Flashman. In addition to his novels he also wrote numerous screenplays, most notably The Three Musketeers and the James Bond film Octopussy. George MacDonald Fraser died in January 2008 at the age of 82.