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Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 2 comments http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-l...

What do you do when your commanding officer frames you to conceal his wartime atrocities, when you're literally facing the gallows for crimes that you didn't commit? You run like hell!

Jonathan E. Lee was the idealistic youngest son of an eminent Virginian plantation clan until he made the mistake of following his dashing older brother, "Light Horse Harry" Lee, into the nascent Continental Army. Now standing falsely accused of capital crimes, Jonathan is on the run, fleeing The Colonies for British Canada to save his neck from the hangman's noose. But little does Jonathan know that this is only the first brush with a violent death that he will face in the bitter years to come.

Based in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" is a fictional, but historically accurate, tale of the globetrotting adventures of Jonathan E. Lee, a member of the esteemed Lee Family of Old Virginia. Follow Jonathan through the upheavals of the American Revolution, in a fratricidal struggle for independence as he fights alongside the militia of the sovereign Republic of Vermont, in a treacherous civil war as a soldier of fortune in the Kingdom of Siam, and finally as a mercenary in America's first foreign war, fighting valiantly against the hated Barbary Pirates of Mediterranean. Settle in to your saddle and grasp the reins, because you're in for a galloping ride!

Dr. Leonardo Noto
Practicing Physician, Former Airborne Battalion Surgeon, Author of Four Works, and Owner of "The Health and Medical Blog with a Personality."

The Life of a Colonial Fugitive by Leonardo Antony Noto Intrusive Memory by Leonardo Antony Noto The Cannabinoid Hypothesis by Leonardo Antony Noto MEDICAL SCHOOL 101 A Quick Guide for the Busy Premed or the Lost Medical Student by Leonardo Antony Noto


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Leonardo Noto (leonardonoto) | 2 comments THE LIFE OF A COLONIAL FUGITIVE

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An historical thriller based in the American Revolution. Young Jonathan E. Lee is falsely accused of heinous war crimes by his treacherous regimental commander! Jonathan is forced to flee the colonies to save his neck from the hangman's noose, fighting his way across a stormy Atlantic and then joining a mercenary army that is deploying to warring Siam, a kingdom that is squirming under the iron-fist of a madman.

Greetings! I am Dr. Leonardo Noto, a former military battalion surgeon. The idea for "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born out of my passion for American military history and my enthusiasm for the sport of muay Thai (Thai boxing). While training in a Thai boxing camp during the days and working on a novel based in the American Revolution during the nights, I noticed that Thai history during the 1780s was as turbulent as the American history of the period. After two years of detailed research, including nearly forty references, "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive" was born. I hope that you enjoy reading my novel as much as I enjoyed writing it!

Dr. Leonardo Noto
Practicing Physician and Author of "The Life of a Colonial Fugitive," "The Cannabinoid Hypothesis," "Intrusive Memory," and "Medical School 101."

Please visit my blog, "The Health and Medical Blog with a Personality," at www.leonardonoto.com. Thanks for reading!

The Life of a Colonial Fugitive by Leonardo Antony Noto The Cannabinoid Hypothesis by Leonardo Antony Noto Intrusive Memory by Leonardo Antony Noto MEDICAL SCHOOL 101 A Quick Guide for the Busy Premed or the Lost Medical Student by Leonardo Antony Noto


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