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February 21, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 21, 2013 10:11 • 25 views

February 19, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 19, 2013 15:59 • 12 views

February 18, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 18, 2013 10:39 • 9 views

February 14, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 14, 2013 09:57 • 8 views

February 12, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 12, 2013 16:31 • 10 views

February 8, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 08, 2013 10:38 • 13 views

February 5, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 05, 2013 16:47 • 6 views

February 3, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on February 03, 2013 15:14 • 10 views

January 30, 2013

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on January 30, 2013 14:31 • 4 views

December 27, 2012

*There have been many nautical and military novels set during the French Revolutionary Wars, but never one which incorporated both navy and army, English, French, and later American viewpoints, and also three distinct social classes.

* A Tainted Dawn will appeal to those who love reading about the French Revolution and Napoleonic periods.

* The novel continues in the tradition of C. S, Forester, Patrick O'Brien, and Bernard Cornwell, as well as Victor Hugo.

* The book is written by a fresh new voice in historical fiction.

* The book echoes the current political upheaval (Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street), portraying the idealism of youth and potential betrayal of its high principles.

* It's a fast-paced adventure story, rich with period detail.

* The story is historically accurate and well-researched, placing the characters in actual events alongside real people.

* The main characters are believable and appealing, each struggling to find his place in the world of men, despite baggage carried over from previous generations.

* The three boys must be willing to place the good of others before their own before they can find themselves.
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Published on December 27, 2012 15:05 • 11 views