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The Last British President

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In a nation torn to pieces by ruthless dictators and corrupt presidents, Robert Crawford has no idea that his life was mapped out long before he was born.
With a plan devised in the previous century, one naval officer will stop at nothing to ensure that his protégé changes Argentina for ever.
From a gentleman’s club in London, Jack Forsyth and his secret cabal believe thei
Kindle Edition, 390 pages
Published February 21st 2019
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May 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing

The Last British President had me in its grip from the first paragraph. The plot is extremely engaging, and the writer’s gifts for description, easy narration, foreshadowing and character development easily draw the reader into the intrigue.

Set in Argentina, with local as well as British lead characters and subplots, the story will have special appeal to readers in the UK, Argentina and beyond. As a North American, I not only enjoyed the action and the machinations of players at cross purposes,
May 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A great novel, showing the love-hate relationship between two nations and an excellent portrait of Argentina.
The story begins with real historical facts, but then it turns into a real page turner and the author changes history with fantastic imagination!
Being Argentine, I read the book with great curiosity and a bit of skepticism, but I enjoyed every page of it and it made me wonder what could have happened if …
Very well written, good knowledge of the Argentine idiosyncrasy, action, love, polit
Polly Blewett
May 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A fabulous debut by Marc Thomas, was gripped to see what hapoened next!
I agree, it would make a fantastic action film. A really great read, now passing on to my husband!

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Marc Thomas was born in Saltash, England in 1957. However, he counts himself as Welsh, especially on match days.
He grew up in British boarding schools, wrote short stories as a form of escape and now imagines himself as president of a South American republic.
His first book, Ten To Seven, was self-published in 2007 and he’s not afraid to admit that it was a vanity project, which his English teache

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