In the original dustsheet. Blue cloth binding with gilt title on the spine.
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Accused of espionage and brutally interrogated, Nate Starbuck must find out who the real spy is, a job that requires a dangerous round-trip through Union lines in the heat of battle.
Review: I love this series. This is a great part two that leads on nicely from the last book. Nate being a northerner fighting for the south is really utilised with him acting as a kind of spy. There is plenty of fighting going on though. The characters are all brought further along perfectly with development for characters like Adam and James.
Bernard Cornwell OBE (born 23 February 1944) is an English-American author of historical novels and a history of the Waterloo Campaign. He is best known for his novels about Napoleonic Wars rifleman Richard Sharpe. He has also written The Saxon Stories, a series of 13 novels about the making of England. He has written historical novels primarily based on English history, in five series, and one series of contemporary thriller novels. A feature of his historical novels is an endnote on how they match or differ from history, and what one might see at the modern sites of the events described. He wrote a nonfiction book on the battle of Waterloo, in addition to the fictional story of the famous battle in the Sharpe series. Two of the historical novel series have been adapted for television: the Sharpe television series by ITV and The Last Kingdom by BBC. He lives in the US with his wife, alternating between Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Charleston, South Carolina.
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