An American Exile by Ron Burrows

An American Exile

byRon Burrows

Kobo ebook | September 22, 2012

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An American Exile is the first of three Jack Easton novels set in eighteenth century Dorset, in the British American colony of Maryland, and on the high seas of the Atlantic Ocean.  Finely written, a dramatic and exciting plot quickly unfolds as this irrepressible young Portland stonemason is wrongly convicted in the malicious hands of a corrupt Customs’ official and transported to the New World as a convict exile.  After years of virtual slavery, he eventually breaks free and sets himself upon a perilous trans-Atlantic quest for retribution and revenge against the man who set him up.  He soon finds himself facing corrupt and hostile forces that conspire as he struggles to put right the wrongs done to him and his kin.  His travails, moreover, take place in a time of war as British and American armies mobilise against the French and their Indian allies at the forks of the Ohio in the fight for North America - a war into which Jack Easton will eventually be drawn.   Jack’s epic journey continues in Fortune’s Hostage and The Road to Fort Duquesne, the next two books in the series, which are available on Amazon and will soon also be available as ebooks. 


Title:An American ExileFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 22, 2012Publisher:Arima PublishingLanguage:English

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