Captain Blood drinks to your health, good sir! Happy Birthday to Raphael Sabatini

This Friday is a special day for FAB workers and we don’t want it overshadowed by the Royal Wedding so we are wishing an early Happy Birthday to one of our favorite writers of all time, Raphael Sabatini. If you’ve never read any Sabatini, you can catch up today.  Below is a list of just his novels. That’s correct, this is just a portion of his total output!



Captain Blood

  • Captain Blood (1922) (also known as Captain Blood: His Odyssey)
  • Captain Blood Returns (also known as The Chronicles of Captain Blood ,1931)
  • The Fortunes of Captain Blood (1936)
N.B. Captain Blood Returns and The Fortunes of Captain Blood are not sequels, but collections of short stories set entirely within the timeframe of the original novel.


  • The Lovers of Yvonne (also known as The Suitors of Yvonne , 1902)
  • The Tavern Knight (1904)
  • Bardelys the Magnificent (1905)
  • The Trampling of the Lilies (1906)
  • Love-At-Arms: Being a narrative excerpted from the chronicles of Urbino during the dominion of the High and Mighty Messer Guidobaldo da Montefeltro (1907)
  • The Shame of Motley (1908)
  • St. Martin’s Summer (1909)
  • Mistress Wilding (also known as Anthony Wilding , 1910)
  • The Lion’s Skin (1911)
  • The Strolling Saint (1913)
  • The Gates of Doom (1914)
  • The Sea Hawk (1915)
  • The Snare (1917)
  • Scaramouche (1921)
  • Fortune’s Fool (1923)
  • The Carolinian (1924)
  • Bellarion the Fortunate (1926)
  • The Hounds of God (1928)
  • The Romantic Prince (1929)
  • The King’s Minion (also known as The Minion , 1930)
  • The Black Swan (1932)
  • The Stalking Horse (1933)
  • Venetian Masque (1934)
  • Chivalry (1935)
  • Scaramis (1936)
  • The Lost King (1937)
  • The Sword of Islam (1939)
  • The Marquis of Carabas (also known as Master-At-Arms , 1940)
  • Columbus (1941)
  • King In Prussia (also known as The Birth of Mischief , 1944)
  • The Gamester (1949)
  • Saga of the sea (1953)
  • The Treasure Ship (2004)

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