By Paul Fraser Collard
In The precise Soldier through Paul Fraser Collard, roguish hero Jack Lark - dubbed 'Sharpe meets the proficient Mr Ripley' - travels to the US to reinvent himself because the American Civil warfare looms... A must-read for lovers of Bernard Cornwell and Simon Scarrow. 'Enthralling' - The Times
'This ain't the type of struggle you're used to. it really is brother opposed to brother, countryman opposed to countryman'
April, 1861. Jack Lark arrives in Boston as civil battle storms throughout the USA.
A hardened soldier, Jack has regularly long gone the place he used to be ordered to move - and killed the enemy he used to be ordered to kill. but if he turns into a sergeant for the Union military, he realises that this clash among North and South is diverse. males are deciding on to struggle - and die - for a reason they suspect in.
The humans of Boston imagine it's going to take only one, nice conflict. yet, with years of expertise, Jack is familiar with greater. this is often the start of anything that would tear a rustic aside - and strength Jack to determine what he's actually struggling with for.