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Malta, 1854.

Jack and his disreputable 113th Foot have to resort to ungentlemanly actions to get themselves posted to Crimea. A lieutenant in British Army's worst regiment, Jack hankers for recognition to regain his true station in life.

At the Battle of the Alma, Jack is sent to General Campbell of the Highland Brigade to offer the assistance of the 113th. Having buried the dead, he meets the beautiful Helen Maxwell, but soon after receives orders to leave the country.

Facing the formidable Russian army led by the savage Major Kutozov, Jack learns that life in the front line is tough, with only the wayward Helen to alleviate the horrors of war.

©2016 Malcolm Archibald (P)2019 Malcolm Archibald

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You silly muffin (lol)

Poor Jack. All he wants is to get a little recognition for him and his men and the people around him make that so difficult for him. This book was fantastic, although I think I enjoyed the first book a tiny bit better. The narration was excellent again. And I am really looking forward to starting book number 3. This book was given to me at my request (Thank you!). I am providing a voluntary and honest review.