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A Dangerous Hour for England

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Fin Ross grew up working on the land in the small village of Pamphill, Dorset, as the ripples of the French Revolution began to have their impact on Britain. Bound to the ‘de Lacey’ family who owned the magnificent Great House, Fin is discovered in a place that he probably should not have been and observing something that he probably should not have seen but which would change his life.

Having to flee from his home, Fin ‘volunteers’ for the army, starting a new life that leads him into adventures across Southern England but swiftly moves to Portugal and one of the greatest battles of the era. He learns to survive not only from the threat of musket, sword and cannon from the enemy, but also from those who have followed him from his home.

Trusted friends become an integral part of Fin’s fight for survival as he faces up to shot, shell, accusation and treachery...

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