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Nothing is sexier than a person in uniform... except, maybe, a person out of one, and these men know it! But things aren't always that simple. From an English bobby watching Alan Turing at the end of World War II to a future world where conception requires three partners; from an American airman in Iraq who has to choose between love and family to a Hollywood screenwriter ...more
ebook, 235 pages
Published October 4th 2010 by Slash Books
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Marlobo ♥ epilogues

I bought the book only due to "For Queen and Country" by Marquesate; it was the only story I finished, so my rating is for that story. Of the rest of the stories, I did not finish any. So in this case I choose a pious silence, so as not to sink my admired Marquesate.
Boycop
May 30, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"For Queen and country" written by Marquesate is perhaps the only reason to buy this anthology, but it alone is worth the price. Unfortunately, the other ones are either directly boring or barely qualifying for the book theme.
Marquesate
Oct 06, 2010 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: authored, short-story
"For Queen and Country" is an 18k short story by Marquesate about two very different Officers in the Cavalry regiment.

Dave and Andrew loathe the sight of each other, because one Tankie officer worked his way up through the ranks, while the other came straight from Sandhurst. The result of this animosity is explosive, full of rows, fights, snipes and eventually endless banter.

These two men are thrown together in an unfortunate incident in the middle of the jungle, which leaves them stranded and c
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Apr 16, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 star for Marquesate's story , the rest...meh.
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Marquesate is a British author living in Scotland. She has been associated with the British Forces for many years, and specialises in contemporary gay military fiction.

Using the insider knowledge of the 'bowels' of the military machinery and the insight into the soldiers' minds and modes of functioning, Marquesate creates realistic settings, situations and characters who are simultaneously down to
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