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Chasing Dragons
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 100,440. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2012. Category: Fiction » Historical » United Kingdom
The untimely death of his father gives Joe the opportunity to make his escape. He takes off on a quest to trace his grandfathers footsteps through WW1 France; hoping that somewhere along the way he'll stumble on his own purpose in life. But he unsettles a past that draws him in, setting off a chain of events that binds him to his grandfathers past, and seals his own future.
The Great Adventure
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Price: Free! Words: 69,280. Language: English. Published: April 1, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Military biography
From Footscray in the western suburbs of Melbourne to Flanders on the Western Front. Personal accounts of three brothers George Joe and Dave, who served in the AIF during World War One, and of the families they left behind. They all had life changing experiences but not all of those were caused by the war. Battles at Lone Pine, Pozieres, The Somme, and others, are described from their perspective.
Invasion: Pendyffryn: The Conquerors: Book 1
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Series: Pendyffryn: The Conquerors. Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 93,400. Language: English. Published: November 17, 2012 by Eres Books. Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
“You will know the man…” One woman stands against the INVASION of her home. One man holds her life in his hands. And… “he was not a man who needed a lot of women. He was a man who needed a lot of one woman. This woman.”
Under Four Flags for France - the Life and Times of George Clarke Musgrave
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Series: George Clarke Musgrave - a Victorian Adventurer, Book 5. Price: $1.69 USD. Words: 80,180. Language: British English. Published: June 18, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » History » War
Through his vivid, accurate and illuminating narrative, George Clarke Musgrave draws his pictures with an eye to the diplomatic reasons behind the plans of war, the great sweep of armies as they manoeuvre for advantage, and the effect of the life and death decisions of Generals on the fighting man and on the civilian population.