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The Prisoner of Zenda

The Prisoner of Zenda

Generations of readers have thrilled to this swashbuckling novel's tale of mistaken identity, court intrigue, a star-crossed romance, and a daring rescue. When an evil prince plots to steal the Ruritanian throne and kidnaps his elder brother, a look-alike is persuaded to stand in for the rightful king. English nobleman Rudolph Rassendyll must successfully impersonate the monarch, assist in the prisoner's liberation from the Castle of Zenda &#8212; and come to terms with his growing attraction to Princess Flavia, the king's betrothed, who remains unaware of his true identity.<BR>A favorite of adventure lovers of all ages, Anthony Hope's gripping story spawned legions of imitations a

Anthony Hope
Dover Publications

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