Order of George MacDonald Fraser Books
George MacDonald Frasier (1925-2008) was a British author of historical fiction. He is best known for his Flashman Papers series as well as his McAuslan stories. He was born in England to Scottish parents and was very proud of his Scottish heritage. Fraser served in the Burma Campaign during World War II and then with the Gordon Highlanders in the Middle East and North Africa after the war, which is what he drew upon for his McAuslan stories. Following his service, he started working for the Carlisle Journal where he met his wife, Kathleen. His son, Caro Fraser, is also a novelist.
George MacDonald Fraser’s first novel was Flashman, published in 1969. His final novel was a standalone novel, entitled The Reavers, which was published in 2007. Below is a list of George MacDonald Fraser’s books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Flashman Papers Books
Chronological Order of Flashman Papers Books
Publication Order of Private McAuslan Collections
|The General Danced at Dawn||(1970)|
|McAuslan in the Rough||(1974)|
|The Sheikh and the Dustbin||(1988)|
|The Complete McAuslan||(2000)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|The Steel Bonnets: The Story of the Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers||(1971)|
|World of the Public School||(1977)|
|The Hollywood History of the World||(1988)|
|Quartered Safe Out Here||(1992)|
|The Light's on at Signpost||(2002)|
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Quartered Sage Out There: A Harrowing Tale of World War II by George MacDonald FRaser is a memoir of the author’s experiences in Burma during the Second World War, jam-packed with action. The author was only a teenager when he got to Burma. Fraser has great insight into the camaraderie, danger and the satisfaction he got from military service.