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Lady Magaret Dacre, alone in her border castle must find a way to fight maurauders from the North

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George Macdonald Fraser

George Macdonald Fraser was a Scottish author and screenwriter. He is best known for a series of works that featured the character Flashman.

In 1966, Fraser got the idea to turn Flashman, a fictional coward and bully originally created by Thomas Hughes in Tom Brown's School Days, into a hero, and he wrote a novel around the character's exploits. The book proved popular and sale of the film rights enabled Fraser to become a full-time writer.

There was a series of further Flashman novels, presented as packets of memoirs written by the nonagenarian Flashman looking back on his days as a hero of the British Army during the 19th century. The series is notable for the accuracy of its historical settings and praise it received from critics.

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