Paul Fraser Collard's roguish hero Jack Lark - dubbed 'Sharpe meets the Talented Mr Ripley' - returns once more, switching sides to join the ranks of the Confederate Army. This latest adventure will see Jack journey through the Southern states as the American Civil War continues in earnest, and is a must-read for fans of Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow. 'Enthralling' - The TimesJack Lark, once the Scarlet Thief, has abandoned the rolling Virginian hills and is on the run with Rose, an escaped slave girl who is more than his match. Soon he will find his way into the uniform of the Confederate Army in an adventure that will culminate at the Battle of Shiloh - the bloodiest conflict in American history at its time....
|Title||:||The Rebel Killer|
|Number of Pages||:||432 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Rebel Killer Reviews
Good stuff as usual.
Anyone who reads this review blog will know that im a big fan of Paul Collards writing, since book one he has managed to capture the spirit of Sharpe, that action and pace, the thrill and horror of battle but it was tempered with a style and pace that engaged and held the reader pinned to their seat, i’ve usually finished each book in a single sitting, never wanting to leave Jacks side.
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