The Historical Nights' Entertainment

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Rafael Sabatini wrote his stories of The Historical Night's Entertainment to thrill and delight his readers with accounts of bizarre and extraordinary episodes. Based on real events, Sabatini has brought to them his own masterly embellishments, adding all the liveliness and excitement of fiction. Although written many years ago, his tales still bring the purest form of entertainment.

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