Wednesday, 28 January 2015

BOOK REVIEW - Leopardkill

BOOK REVIEW - Leopardkill
A review of the book "Leopadkill" has appeared on the Historical Novel Society website:
"This exciting story is set in 1808 during the Napoleonic wars when Sir John Hall is leading the British campaign in Portugal. However, when Napoleon advances with his army, the British are forced to retreat over the mountains to Corunna during the worst winter weather ever encountered. Sergeant Joshua Lock and Captain John Killen are inextricably linked because Lock saved Killen’s life when they were boys. In their pursuit of a traitor through Portugal and into Spain, they encounter a series of dangers and difficulties. Although Killen is the weaker man, he is also honourable and courageous. Lock, equally brave, is not so particular in how he achieves his ends. ..."


Read the whole thing HERE
http://historicalnovelsociety.org/reviews/leopardkill/


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