The Son

229BC. Hannibal is a young cavalry commander in Spain. 'The Son' follows his elevation to General of the army tasked with implementing his father's plan. Hannibal fights his way out of Spain and across the Alps. On the Italian Peninsula he defeats Roman armies thrown against him time and time again until he stands victorious over 40,000 Roman dead at Cannae. But can he win the war? More

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Published: March 05, 2012
Words: 168,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465969033
About Chris Craig

Chris Craig:

Born in Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia. I grew up in the mountains before moving to Lake Macquarie and attending the University of Newcastle, studying History and Economic History. I have enjoyed a varied career including labouring in the BHP steel works, working as a concrete contractor, a student politician, a newspaper columnist and as an Industrial Officer for the Australian Journalists Association (which became the Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance while I worked for them).

I cut my teeth reading C.S. Forester, Herman Wouk, Leon Uris and Georgette Heyer. Have you read them? You should, if you haven’t yet. They are the real deal. Well researched, well written. True to the story. If you enjoy them, you’ll enjoy my work. It’s worth a read.

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