Order of Arturo Perez-Reverte Books
Arturo Perez-Reverte is a Spanish author of historical fiction, mystery and suspense novels. He writes the Captain Alatriste series. Before becoming a published novelist, Arturo was a war correspondent for 21 years. His novels usually focus on one character and narrated by a character who is part of the story, but not a major part. Perez-Reverte sets his novels in Spain or the Mediterranean and deal with Spanish history, art and culture and ancient treasures. He also writes about modern issues, including drug trafficking and religion and politics in the Spanish landscape.
Arturo Perez-Reverte became a published author in Spanish in 1986 with the novel El husar. His first novel to be published in English was The Club Dumas in 1993. Below is a list of Arturo Perez-Reverte’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Captain Alatriste Books
|The Purity of Blood||(2006)|
|The Sun Over Breda||(2007)|
|The King's Gold||(2008)|
|The Man in the Yellow Doublet||(2009)|
|The Pirates of the Levant||(2010)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|The Club Dumas||(1993)|
|The Flanders Panel||(1994)|
|The Seville Communion||(1997)|
|The Fencing Master||(1999)|
|The Nautical Chart||(2001)|
|The Queen of the South||(2004)|
|The Painter of Battles||(2007)|
Notes: The Cavalier in the Yellow Doublet was also published as The Man in the Yellow Doublet. The Club Dumas was also titled The Dumas Club.
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Arturo Perez-Reverte Synopsis: In The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez-Reverte, Lucas Corso is a middle-aged book detective whose job it is to find rare books for his wealthy clientle. When one of his clients is found dead – the owner of part of the original manuscript of The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas – Corso’s job is to verify that the manuscript is the authentic article. This puts Corso in the middle of a plot involving satan worshiping, the occult and characters who resemble The Three Musketeers characters. Along with a beautiful woman who was named after an Arthur Conan Doyle character, Corso must go from Madrid to Toledo to Paris in order to track down the killer.