Rifleman dodd is a very interesting book that tells a story of a young soldier who is separated from his comrades during the battle in the 1800's. Death to the french was written by cs forrester in 1932 however, the novel is also known as rifleman dodd, after the main character of the novel the. Meet the cast and learn more about the stars of of the rifleman with exclusive `the rifleman' ranked fourth, below `gunsmo (more) molly dodd bessie. Rifleman dodd is a story of an 18th century war fighter named matthew dodd the story begins by introducing the main character, private dodd. Synopsis separated from his regiment during a retreat, rifleman matthew dodd of wellington's army engaged the french single-handedly and eventually.
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Cut off from his regiment, the ninety-fifth foot, by enemy forces pursuing his british comrades in retreat, rifleman matthew dodd commits himself to fighting his. A review by annis of the historical novel death to the french (also titled rifleman dodd) by cs forester. The combination of a good rifle and rifleman need not fear the teeth and espousing upon the theme in excellent novels like rifleman dodd.