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It’s Here!

My new Waterloo book! In all good bookshops! And even some bad ones! Released in time for the 200th anniversary of the battle, you can follow the story through the words of those who were around at the time. From … Continue reading

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Waterloo Voices

Eeek – I’ve been getting the title wrong! We were originally going to call it Eyewitness Waterloo, but there was a last minute change to Waterloo Voices. I’m happy with the change, but have nevertheless continued to think of it … Continue reading

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Eyewitness Waterloo

More extracts from my forthcoming book telling the story of the Battle of Waterloo and its aftermath in the words of those who were there. The story so far… Recently married Lady Magdalene de Lancey is tending to her husband, … Continue reading

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Eyewitness Waterloo

As I mentioned in a previous post, my potentially Pulitzer Prize winning, globally best-selling new book¬†Eyewitness Waterloo is due out in May. Just to whet the appetite, I have decided to start posting extracts in the run up to the … Continue reading

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