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Beau Sabreur is a 1926 novel by P.C. Wren. It was the first sequel to Beau Geste and was turned into a film in 1928.
It focuses on the adventures of Major De Beaujolais, an officer in the French Foreign Legion. He featured briefly at the beginning of the novel Beau Geste.
The New York Times complained about the "preposterous plot and inconceivable characters."
The original title was Who Rideth Alone.
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Author Bio for Wren, Percival Christopher
Percival Christopher Wren (1 November 1875 – 22 November 1941) was an English writer, mostly of adventure fiction. He is remembered best for Beau Geste, a much-filmed book of 1924, involving the French Foreign Legion in North Africa. This was one of 33 novels and short story collections that he wrote, mostly dealing with colonial soldiering in Africa.
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