Rage of Fortune

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The past comes back to haunt a young Matthew Quinton...In 1651, eleven-year-old Matthew Quinton and his twin sister Henrietta discover long-forgotten papers of their grandfather. Dating back to 1598, they show the children an England locked into a b…

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    Om Rage of Fortune

    The past comes back to haunt a young Matthew Quinton...In 1651, eleven-year-old Matthew Quinton and his twin sister Henrietta discover long-forgotten papers of their grandfather. Dating back to 1598, they show the children an England locked into a bitter war with Spain. But their findings are interrupted by the arrival of Roundhead troops intent on searching for their elder brother, the tenth Earl of Ravensden, who has been seriously wounded in the Cavalier cause.Back in the present of 1651, England's enemies are closer to home, with the country gripped by civil war. Now the Roundheads are closing inThe Rage of Fortune, set against the backdrop of real historical events, is a window into Mathew Quinton's origins, and will thrill fans of C. S. Forester and Alexander Kent'Utterly impossible to put down finely-shaded characters, excellent plotting, gut-clenching action and immaculate attention to period detail superb' Angus Donald, author of The Outlaw ChroniclesThe Matthew Quinton Journals1. Gentleman Captain2. The Mountain of Gold3. The Blast that Tears the Skies4. The Lion of Midnight5. The Battle of the Ages6. The Rage of Fortune7. Death's Bright Angel8. The Devil Upon the Wave

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2018
    Forlag
    Canelo Digital Publishing Ltd
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781788631860
    Sider
    300

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