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  • Виктор Поротников. "Злой город" против Батыя. "Бессмертный гарнизон"
    "Злой город" против Батыя. "Бессмертный гарнизон"
    Виктор Поротников
    "Могу-Болгусун" ("Злой город") - так назвал Козельск хан Батый, застрявший под его стенами на два месяца и положивший здесь треть своего войска. Пусть козельскому князю Василию было всего 15 лет, а в его дружине - меньше двух сотен "храбров", пусть все население города, включая женщин, стариков и детей, не превышало 4 тысяч человек против 10-тысячного монгольского тумена - жители единогласно решили лучше умереть, "дабы оставить по себе добрую память, а за гробом принять венец бессмертия", чем сдаться врагу. Семь недель они держались под ливнем стрел и непрерывными атаками Батыевых полчищ, семь недель в одиночку отражали штурм за штурмом, так и не получив помощи от других князей, которые продолжали свои распри даже в разгар вражеского нашествия. Когда же ворота Козельска все же пали под ударами стенобитных машин, его последние защитники предпочли не спасаться бегством, а самим атаковать врага в последней отчаянной вылазке и "утонуть в крови" вместе со своим юным князем, стяжав...
  • Mark Twain. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
    Mark Twain
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
  • Mark Twain. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
    Mark Twain
    A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
  • Smith, Wilbur. A Falcon Flies
    A Falcon Flies
    Smith, Wilbur
    A Falcon Flies is the first bestselling novel in Wilbur Smith's epic tale of Africa, The Ballantyne Novels. In search of a father they barely remember, Zouga and Dr Robyn Ballantyne board Mungo St John's magnificent clipper to speed them to Africa. But long before they sight that mighty continent, Robyn knows that she and Mungo will battle with all the fury of natural enemies - and love with all the desperation of those unable to evade the commands of fate. For if she can bring hope and healing to Africa's fever-ridden shores, he, a lawless trader in human cargo, will possess any man - or woman - he chooses . . . Set in 1860, this gripping tale is followed by Men of Men, The Angels Weep and The Leopard Hunts in Darkness.
  • Wilbur Smith. A Falcon Flies
    A Falcon Flies
    Wilbur Smith
    A Falcon Flies
  • Reeman, Douglas. A Ship Must Die
    A Ship Must Die
    Reeman, Douglas
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  • C. S. Forester. Admiral Hornblower in the West Indies
    Admiral Hornblower in the West Indies
    C. S. Forester
    These thrilling tales of high-seas adventure in the Napoleonic era, which Winston Churchill found "vastly entertaining" and Ernest Hemingway recommended to "every literate I know", are being eagerly embraced by a new generation of readers. Back Bay takes pleasure in reissuing these classic tales in handsome new trade paperback editions. -- The Hornblower renaissance is in full sail with a nearly tenfold increase in sales: more than I5O, OOO Hornblower books sold in the first six months of 1999. - The A&E television network's series of original movies based on Hornblower's adventures have been tremendously successful - praised by critics, enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of viewers, and winner of the Emmy Award for best miniseries. - Two new movies will be premiering in the spring on A&E. - Readers and booksellers who admire Patrick O'Brian's novels delight in discovering this "new" series of nautical adventure stories.
  • Smith Wilbur. Assegai
    Assegai
    Smith Wilbur
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  • Reeman, Douglas. Badge of Glory
    Badge of Glory
    Reeman, Douglas
    It was an age of Empire, an age of contrast, and an age of dramatic change - and one which would determine the destinies of nations as well as of men. Captain Philip Blackwood of the Royal Marines rejoins his ship, HMS Audacious, in the August of 1850, anxious to get back into action. Per Mare - Per Terram is the Marines' motto. In the torturous heat of Africa, where they are sent to stamp out the remaining strongholds of slavery, and later, in the bitter war of the Crimea, Philip Blackwood and his men learn to obey it without question. The first novel in an enthralling and colourful saga, spanning 150 years in the history of a great seafaring family and the tradition in which they served, Badge of Glory is a stunning new departure for one of Britain's master storytellers.
  • C. S. Forester. Beat to Quarters
    Beat to Quarters
    C. S. Forester
    June 1808, somewhere west of Nicaragua-a site suitable for spectacular sea battles. The Admiralty has ordered Captain Horatio Hornblower, now in command of the thirty-six-gun HMS Lydia, to form an alliance against the Spanish colonial government with an insane Spanish landowner; to find a water route across the Central American isthmus; and "to take, sink, burn or destroy" the fifty-gun Spanish ship of the line Natividad or face court-martial. A daunting enough set of orders-even if the happily married captain were not woefully distracted by the passenger he is obliged to take on in Panama: Lady Barbara Wellesley.
  • Catherine Johnson. Blade and Bone
    Blade and Bone
    Catherine Johnson
    Young surgeon Ezra McAdam must hasten to Paris to rescue his friend Loveday Finch and her charge Mahmoud, the Ottoman prince, who have been caught up in the Revolution. On the way, Ezra experiences the war first hand on the battlefields of Northern France, where his surgical skills are in high demand by the beleaguered French army. Meanwhile, in Paris, the guillotine is busy, and the medical world is finding the surfeit of bodies useful to its research into the seat of life. Ezra is not persuaded by the controversial theories of his French colleagues, but his mind is on other matters. Finding Loveday and Mahmoud is proving harder than he had imagined: it would appear that Paris really is the most dangerous place on earth. Ezra’s search takes him from the grand Hotel Dieu to the dark catacombs below the city; from the opulent War Office to the tall, forbidding Conciergerie – the city prison – here he must undertake the most audacious rescue attempt of all.
  • Wilson, sean michael. Book of five rings, the
    Book of five rings, the
    Wilson, sean michael
    Book of five rings, the
  • Scott, M C, Scott, Manda. Boudica:Dreaming The Serpent Spear
    Boudica:Dreaming The Serpent Spear
    Scott, M C, Scott, Manda
    Britannia, AD 60: The tribes of Britannia are ready to seek bloody vengeance. Twenty thousand warriors are poised to reclaim their land from their captors. Now is their chance: the Roman governor has marched his legions west, leaving his capital and a vital port undefended.There is no going back. But to crush her enemies for all time, the Boudica must do more than lead her army in the greatest rebellion Britain has ever known. She must find healing for herself, for the land - and for Graine, her eight-year-old daughter. Colchester is burning. London has been destroyed. Amidst fire and bloody revolution, the Boudica and those around her must fight to keep what matters most - now and for all time.
  • Scott, M C, Scott, Manda. Boudica: Dreaming The Hound
    Boudica: Dreaming The Hound
    Scott, M C, Scott, Manda
    AD 57: much of Britannia has been under Roman occupation for over ten years, with key areas in the south and east administered as vassal states, where the tribes pay costly tithes to the Emperor in return for the right to continue living on their own lands. On the sacred isle of Mona, the Boudica or Bringer of Victory as Breaca has long been hailed, now knows for certain that her lover, Caradoc - betrayed, captured and kept hostage in Rome - will never return to her. She decides to leave Mona where she and her warriors have been waging a guerilla war, and to take the fight to the Eceni heartland where it is needed most. With her are her children, Cunomar and Grainne, and her best friend from childhood, ex-lover and dreamer, Airmid. But the once proud Eceni are a downtrodden and defeated people who are forbidden on pain of death to worship their old gods, and now scrape a living from the once fertile land. Across the sea in Hibernia, Breaca's half-brother Ban, is struggling to make...
  • Alfonso Mateo-Sagasta. Caminaras con el sol
    Caminaras con el sol
    Alfonso Mateo-Sagasta
    Вашему вниманию предлагается издание "Caminaras con el sol".
  • SMALE, ALAN. CLASH OF EAGLES
    CLASH OF EAGLES
    SMALE, ALAN
    In a world where the Roman Empire never fell, a legion under the command of general Gaius Marcellinus invades the newly-discovered North American continent. But Marcellinus and his troops have woefully underestimated the fighting prowess of the Native American inhabitants. When Gaius is caught behind enemy lines and spared, he must reevaluate his allegiances and find a new place in this strange land.
  • SMALE, ALAN. CLASH OF EAGLES
    CLASH OF EAGLES
    SMALE, ALAN
    In a world where the Roman Empire never fell, a legion under the command of general Gaius Marcellinus invades the newly-discovered North American continent. But Marcellinus and his troops have woefully underestimated the fighting prowess of the Native American inhabitants. When Gaius is caught behind enemy lines and spared, he must reevaluate his allegiances and find a new place in this strange land.
  • Conn Iggulden. Conqueror
    Conqueror
    Conn Iggulden
    It should have been a golden age. Instead, the world's greatest nation is slowly losing ground, swallowed whole by its ancient enemy. A quiet man will step out of the long shadow of the mighty Genghis Khan. Kublai Khan-dreams of an empire that stretches from sea to sea. But to build it, he must first learn the art of war.
  • Wilson, sean michael. Demon's sermon, the
    Demon's sermon, the
    Wilson, sean michael
    Demon's sermon, the
  • Wilbur Smith. Desert God
    Desert God
    Wilbur Smith


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