Summary

Dublin 1899: Lawyer Joseph Radcliffe and his black American comrade Benjamin Pierce were 'Buffalo Soldiers' together; now Radcliffe defends the toughest cases in a troubled city.
In South Africa the Boer War rages and after an argument with his father, Joseph's son, Edward, runs away to join the forces. When Edward is captured and held as a spy, Radcliffe and Pierce set off to find him and bring him home. In doing so, the old soldiers find their survival skills tested to the maximum....
©2016 David Gilman (P)2016 W.F. Howes Ltd
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Critic reviews

"Page-turning and gritty." ( Daily Mail on Master of War)
"The 100 Years' War is the new Rome for historical adventure novels." (Ben Kane on Master of War)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Johnny on 29-10-16

Romantic Irish story !

Good story showing a insightful part of history that the Irish people took t in, for good or bad.

I will be interested to know more about this subject, and the influence the Irish had in South Africa.,

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