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Kingdoms Fall - The Korniloff Affair
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message 1: by Ted (new) - rated it 5 stars

Ted Parr | 2 comments 100 years ago today, the Allies launched their military campaign on the Gallipoli peninsula that, over the course of nearly nine month, would result in a half a million casualties, including 131,000 men killed. To commemorate this event, the second book (e-book edition) in my WW1 trilogy, "Kingdoms Fall", will be available for FREE for a limited time. If you haven't gotten your copy yet, please download the book today at

In the second novel of the "thrilling" "Kingdoms Fall" WWI espionage series, Great Britain isn't the only empire seeking to undermine its adversaries’ governments. A German spy known only as "Dunn" has been busy inciting rebellion in Ireland and India. British agents Gresham and Wilkins, pulled from the front lines at Verdun, must race through Europe trying to track down Dunn before traveling to Romania to convince the neutral country to finally declare war against Germany (despite the consequences). However, Great Britain’s ally Russia is soon on the verge of collapse. Wilkins must learn how he can help rebuild a country in ruins and hold on to the love of his life while Gresham, fresh from a visit to Arabia, seeks revenge on Dunn.

Praise for the KINGDOMS FALL series by Edward Parr:
“Edward Parr’s historical fiction features breathtaking scenes portraying real events from World War I in his Kingdoms Fall series. . . . [T]he story is easily addictive as the reader is caught up in some remarkable events. Non-stop action drives the story to its conclusion and it avoids feeling like a history lesson even though it is historically based.” - Portland Book Review, 5 Stars

message 2: by Terry (new)

Terry | 38 comments Thank you very much ! I just started reading the first book, reads very, very well. Cheers !

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