|01||The Medal Of Brigadier Gerard||20000703|
By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Simon Russell Beale and abridged in five parts by Elizabeth Bradbury.
The adventures of Conan Doyle's lesser-known hero, cavalryman Etienne Gerard.The Brigadier embarks on an important and mysterious mission on behalf of the Emperor Napoleon himself.
|02||How The Brigadier Held The King||20000704|
Etienne Gerard is stranded in Spain, injured in battle.
Can he make his way back to his regiment without falling into the hands of the fearsome Spanish guerrilla, El Cuchillo - or worse, the ENGLISH army?
|03||How The King Held The Brigadier||20000705|
Gerard is held prisoner in Dartmoor, but he plans a daring escape.
However, he has not reckoned on meeting the BRISTOL Bustler.
|04||The Crime Of The Brigadier||20000706|
Gerard infiltrates the Duke of Wellington's camp.
He finds himself caught up in the thrill of the hunt, with consequences to offend every decent ENGLISHman's sense of honour.
|05 LAST||How Etienne Gerard Said Goodbye To His Master||20000707|
Gerard joins the unlikely crew of the Black Swan, with grizzled Captain Fourneau, on a voyage to St Helena.
Will the brigadier succeed in his final mission - to restore the Emperor to the people of FRANCE?