Victors And Lords: Alexander Sheridan Adventures, Vol. 1 by V. A. StuartVictors And Lords: Alexander Sheridan Adventures, Vol. 1 by V. A. Stuart

Victors And Lords: Alexander Sheridan Adventures, Vol. 1

byV. A. Stuart

Paperback | October 1, 2001

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Unfairly forced out of the army for insubordination, Alexander Sheridan leaves Britain and his former life behind to command a unit of the East India Company. Despised by the aristocratic generals of the regular army, Sheridan and his corps of volunteers must face both the rigors of combat and the treachery of men who should be allies in the heat of the deadly battles of the Crimean War.

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V. A. Stuart wrote several series of military fiction and numerous other novels under various pseudonyms. Her settings span history and the globe, from the Napoleonic wars of Europe to India under the British Raj. Born in 1914, she was in Burma with the British Fourteenth Army, became a lieutenant, and was decorated with the Burma Star...
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Title:Victors And Lords: Alexander Sheridan Adventures, Vol. 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.7 inPublished:October 1, 2001Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0935526986

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"Stuart's saga of Captain Sheridan during the Mutiny stands in the shadow of no previous work of fiction, and for historical accuracy, writing verve and skill, and pace of narrative, stands alone."  —El Paso Times