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Sparrowhawk 7 Volumes Including the Companion: ( Jack Frake, Hugh Kenrick, Caxton, Empire, Revolution, War and Companion)

Cline, Edward

ISBN 10: 1931561001 / ISBN 13: 9781931561006
Published by MacAdam/Cage
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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7 Volumes in Hardcover. All SIGNED by Cline on the title pages. A fine tight set that appears unused ( except Book 5 has a tiny bump to bottom corner of front cover) in bright unflawed dust jackets all of which are protected by mylar covers. Shipping will cost more for international and priority mail. Bookseller Inventory # 143

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Title: Sparrowhawk 7 Volumes Including the ...

Publisher: MacAdam/Cage

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Bringing a radically new perspective to the events leading up to The American Revolution, Sparrowhawk, a new series of historical novels, establishes that The Revolution occurred in two stages: the war for independence and also a more subtle revolution that happened in men's minds that occurred many years before the Declaration of Independence.

Book 1 in this new series introduces the reader to life in 18th Century England, where, despite being one of the freest countries in the world there were rumblings of discontent amongst the citizens and Jake Frake is no exception to this endemic restlessness.

From an early age he has developed an independent mind and spirit, a trait that is not openly welcomed for someone of his lowly class. Fate and circumstance leads him to join a band of smugglers and he furthers their cause. Jack himself is sentenced to eight years of servitude in the Colonies and he embarks on a sea voyage aboard the Sparrowhawk, destined for Virginia.

About the Author:

Edward Cline is the author of First Prize and Whisper The Guns, a suspense novel, and has written for a variety of publications including the Colonial Williamsburg Journal and Marine Corps League. His essay on John Locke was reprinted in the college textbook, Western Civilization II published by Dushkin-McGraw-Hill.

While researching Sparrowhawk he lived in the Virginia Tidewater, working as a freelance writer and copyeditor. He currently lives in Las Vegas, NV.

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