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The Scarlet Patch

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The nation was torn asunder. The South had seceded and war was imminent. The North sent out the call to battle and her native sons answered in force. The Armies of the Potomac were forming and with them stood Poles, Germans, Italians, Irish, Spanish, and French -- ready to fight for their adopted country.

Such were the men of the Rochambeau Rifles, the men of the scarlet pa
Mass Market Paperback, 525 pages
Published April 1977 by Pinnacle Books
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Another good Revolutionary War story. No sex, no mush, and as minimal violence and bad language. This is not a romance in the true sense of the word . . . it is a "war story" with romance as a sidebar.
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Bruce Lancaster was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on August 22, 1896. He served in the U.S. Army along the Mexican border in 1916 and later in France. After the war he returned to school and received a B.A. from Harvard in 1918. He worked in administration and sales for nine years, after which he served in the U.S. Foreign Service as Vice-Consul to Kobe, Japan (1928-1932). Following his return ...more
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