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To Chase The Storm (Frontier #4)

4.2 of 5 stars 4.20  ·  rating details  ·  81 ratings  ·  4 reviews
By popular demand, master storyteller Peter Watt returns to this much-loved series following on from the bestselling Cry of the Curlew, Shadow of the Osprey and Flight of the Eagle .Major Patrick Duffy is torn by conflicting duties: his oath to the Queen is unwavering as she gathers her armies together to march on the Boers of southern Africa, but his duty to his family ...more
Paperback, 544 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Pan Australia (first published 2004)
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Jill Smith
This is the fourth book in the continuing saga of the Duffy and McIntosh families and the aboriginal cures that plagues them.

I was delighted when an older, wiser and worldly Michael Duffy reappeared after what seemed to have been his certain demise in an ambush. Any woman with at heartbeat cannot help but fall in love with the lovable rouge. His son Patrick raised a McIntosh, having served in the British army, is now drawn into the next war as a solder with the newly-formed Federation Australian
Deb Bodinnar
It has been many years since I read the 3rd novel in this series, so the family tree Peter supplied at the start of the book was very helpful. The storyline continues on in 3 different countries and the family differences still continuing. I have had the pleasure of meeting Peter Watt last year, he is a very interesting man and he no doubt puts an immense amount of time in his research for his novels. This is clear when you read the series, it is just having a history lesson. Love it!!
Jill Smith
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Radoslav Vician
Yet another fabulous book in the Frontier series. Hard to put down and big thank you to the author.
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Peter Watt's life experiences have included time as a soldier, articled clerk to a solicitor, prawn trawler deckhand, builder's labourer, pipe layer, real estate salesman, private investigator, police sergeant and adviser to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary. He has lived and worked with Aborigines, Islanders, Vietnamese and Papua New Guineans.

He speaks, reads and writes Vietnamese and Pidgi
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Other Books in the Series

Frontier (9 books)
  • Cry of the Curlew (Frontier #1)
  • Shadow of the Osprey (Frontier #2)
  • Flight of the Eagle (Frontier #3)
  • To Touch The Clouds
  • To Ride The Wind
  • Beyond the Horizon
  • War Clouds Gather
  • And Fire Falls (Frontier #9)
Cry of the Curlew (Frontier #1) Shadow of the Osprey (Frontier #2) Flight of the Eagle (Frontier #3) Papua  (Papua Series, # 1) Eden  (Papua Series, # 2)

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