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Fifty years after his novel Battle Cry took the world by storm, Leon Uris returns to his first inspiration -- the Marine Corps. In 1888, Zachary O'Hara, son of a legendary Marine, is the one man who can save the Corps. But there's a beautiful obstacle in his path -- Amanda Blanton Kerr, daughter of a ruthless industrialist -- that jeopardizes everything he's struggled to achieve.
Duty to country, love of family, and a tormented passion intertwine in this epic by international bestselling author Leon Uris.
"[P]assages of period description in Washington and research into the lives of Manhattan immigrants often stretch forth into a fine singing voice....Bloody battles well done, much excellent period writing...."
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