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Old 12-21-2007, 08:01 AM   #1
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Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur: The White Company & Sir Nigel. v1. 21 Dec 07

With all the somewhat more obscure stuff we have from Arthur Conan Doyle, I've been pretty surprised that this pair hadn't been posted by now. He considered The White Company to be his best work, and when it was first published (1891), it quickly became Britain's best selling book since Ivanhoe (1819).

Wonderful stories of chivalry and romance in the Hundred Years War.

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Old 12-21-2007, 10:20 AM   #2
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Thanks for the BD file. In all but the best lighting your M size is still too small and the L is too large. Now I can get the exact size I like. Thanks.
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Thanks for the book.
Just a note: 'Sir Nigel' is the first part of the dilogy, despite it had been written 15 years after 'The White Company'.
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