Washington And Caesar: A Novel

March 1, 2005|
Washington And Caesar: A Novel by Christian Cameron
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Inspired by a little-known historical fact—that American slaves fought alongside the British in the Revolutionary War—this epic novel tells of a Mount Vernon slave who joins a Loyalist black regiment charged with defeating his former master on the battlefield.

The year is 1773. A new slave arrives at George Washington''s Virginia estate and is given the name Caesar. But the war for independence will soon bring a turn of events neither master nor slave could have predicted. Within months they will be fighting on opposite sides: Washington as commander of the Continental Army, Caesar as a soldier in the legendary Loyalist corps made up of former slaves. In this captivating tour de force brimming with spectacular battle scenes and gripping historical detail, Caesar''s perilous rise through the British ranks is deftly interwoven with the story of Washington''s war years, leading to the day when they come face-to-face again—this time in uniform.
A former naval officer, Christian Cameron is a military historian and leader of one of the most authentic Revolutionary reenactment units in the United States. He lives in Baltimore, MD.
Title:Washington And Caesar: A Novel
Product dimensions:592 pages, 9.2 X 6.1 X 1.4 in
Shipping dimensions:592 pages, 9.2 X 6.1 X 1.4 in
Published:March 1, 2005
Publisher:Random House Publishing Group
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780385337779

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