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Annemarie Selinko, Desiree (1953), about Désirée Clary, the daughter of a French silk merchant, and her romance with the young Napoleon Bonaparte. Beard, Lieutenant Fury, about a British naval officer promoted after a desperate battle at sea; #2 in the Fury series. Robert Challoner, Run Out the Guns (1984), about a British naval officer; #1 in the Charles Oakshott series. (1986), about a British naval officer; #2 in the Charles Oakshott series. (1987), about a British naval officer; #3 in the Charles Oakshott series.
Gaby von Schönthan, The Roses of Malmaison: The Turbulent Life of the Beautiful Josephine (1967), about Napoleon's wife Josephine. Midshipman Fury, about a British naval officer during the French Revolution period; #1 in the Fury series. Anne Cleeland, Tainted Angel (2013), historical romance about a woman spy who may be a double agent during the Napoleonic Wars. Tom Connery, A Shred of Honour, #1 in the Markham of the Marines trilogy; Tom Connery is a pen name of David Donachie.
Simon Leys, The Death of Napoleon, a humorous novella in which Napoleon escapes from St.
Helena and is compelled to live as an ordinary French citizen while plotting his return to power.
The British finally defeated him at Waterloo in 1815, after which he was exiled to the island of St. The personal lives of Napoleon, Josephine and their relatives were full of drama and have been the subject of many novels.He married Josephine de Beauharnais in 1796 and, days later, led the French army when it invaded Italy.He took over the reins of power in France in 1799 and was crowned Emperor in 1804.Norah Lofts, A Rose for Virtue (1971), about Hortense de Beauharnais, the daughter of Josephine Bonaparte and stepdaughter of Napoleon, who married Napoleon's brother and became the mother of Napoleon III.Edgar Maass, Imperial Venus: A Novel of Napoleon's Favorite Sister (1946), about Napoleon's sister Pauline.