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This East African shooting-trip with Lord Huntingten, Sir Montague, and Lady Merline, was affording him great entertainment, inasmuch as Huntingten had fallen in love with Lady Merline and did not know it. ...As he sat on the side of his bed that night, Captain Strong remarked unto his soul, 'Well--one thing--if I know Monty Merline as well as I think, 'Sir Montague Merline' died two years ago, whatever happens....
About Percival Christopher Wren, the Author:
He is remembered best for Beau Geste, a much-filmed book of 1924, involving the French Foreign Legion in North Africa, and its main sequels, Beau Sabreur and Beau Ideal (in fact the so-called 'trilogy' was extended in Good Gestes and Spanish Maine, so John Geste adventures feature in five books). ...The divorce was granted, and a letter by Isabel to Ronald Colman (who played Beau Geste in the silent film) in 1929 on behalf of her 'seriously ill' husband, suggests she and Wren had married at least as early as 1928 (actual date 03 Dec 1927).