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Neville's quest

"1754: Thomas Neville has resigned his commission in the twenty-second of foot to sail to the Americas in search of his sweetheart, Emily - sold into slavery by the evil Reverend Cruikshank. Neville and his small band of ex-soldiers fight their way past pirates on the high seas and see off a French expeditionary force on Georgia's frontier - only to find that, together with her friend Leila, Emily has made good her own escape. On their return to England they face highwaymen, grave robbers, thugs and traitors - yet Neville's greatest challenge lies in declaring his feelings for the woman he loves." --Publisher description.

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  • ""1754: Thomas Neville has resigned his commission in the twenty-second of foot to sail to the Americas in search of his sweetheart, Emily - sold into slavery by the evil Reverend Cruikshank. Neville and his small band of ex-soldiers fight their way past pirates on the high seas and see off a French expeditionary force on Georgia's frontier - only to find that, together with her friend Leila, Emily has made good her own escape. On their return to England they face highwaymen, grave robbers, thugs and traitors - yet Neville's greatest challenge lies in declaring his feelings for the woman he loves." --Publisher description."@en
  • "1754: Thomas Neville has resigned his commission in the twenty-second of foot to sail to the Americas in search of his sweetheart, Emily - sold into slavery by the evil Reverend Cruikshank. Neville and his small band of ex-soldiers fight their way past pirates on the high seas and see off a French expeditionary force on Georgia's frontier - only to find that, together with her friend Leila, Emily has made good her own escape. On their return to England they face highwaymen, grave robbers, thugs and traitors - yet Neville's greatest challenge lies in declaring his feelings for the woman he loves..."
  • "It's 1754. Thomas Neville has resigned his commission in the twenty-second of foot to sail to the Americas in search of his sweetheart, Emily, who was sold into slavery by the evil Reverend Cruikshank."

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  • "Large type books"@en
  • "Large type books"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"

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  • "Neville's quest"@en
  • "Neville's quest"