Redcoat

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1873...A landslide at a diamond mine in Africa leaves a British army major crippled. He holds a young lieutenant responsible and wants him court-martialed. A soldier is killed when the army try to arrest the lieutenant on his wedding day in England. But he escapes and so begins a ruthless worldwide manhunt, throughout the U.S. Canada and Australia until eventually the hunted becomes the hunter. More

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Words: 117,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9780980825213
About David Crookes

David Crookes self-published his first novel BLACKBIRD in 1996. It was quickly picked up by Hodder Headline, now HATCHETTE GROUP, and became a best seller in multiple editions, as did THE LIGHT HORSEMAN'S DAUGHTER and SOMEDAY SOON and other titles. Now most of his many novels are available as ebooks. David was born in Southampton, England. After living in Canada for twenty-three years he moved to Queensland, Australia with his wife and children. He has worked in many occupations, as a farm hand, factory worker, lumber-mill worker, costing surveyor, salesman, contractor, oilfield and construction industry executive and as a small business owner. He now writes fulltime. His travels have taken him to many parts of the world and his particular passion, apart from writing is single-handed ocean sailing.

His novels include:
Blackbird
The Light Horseman's Daughter
Someday Soon
Children of the Sun
Redcoat
Borderline
Great Spirit Valley
The Bookkeeper's Daughter

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Review by: Richard Adin on Sep. 15, 2011 :
Another excellent story. This is the second book written by Crookes that I have read -- the first was Blackbird, which is also outstanding -- and every one was a fantastic read. There are some errors in the books, but overall they are well written and produced. After reading this book, I bought all of his books that I hadn't yet read and I'm reading them one after the other.
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