John Regan Trilogy Book Two
By Alexander Cordell
The second in a trilogy of books set in 18th century Ireland, from the bestselling author of Rape of the Fair Country
The cauldron of revolution is boiling over and igniting the passions of the
people of Ireland. The year is 1798 and seventeen year old John Regan
faces danger and even death as he struggles alongside the leaders of the
rebellion as they attempt to capture a valuable English hostage.
The second in a trilogy of books set in 18th century Ireland, from the bestselling
author of Rape of the Fair Country.
Alexander Cordell was born in Ceylon in 1914, was educated mainly in China and joined the army in 1932. After WWII, during which he served in France, he became a civil servant, spending three years in Hong Kong.
He wrote more than thirty novels including the highly acclaimed 'Mortymer Trilogy' - The Rape of the Fair Country, The Hosts of Rebecca and Song of the Earth. He died on 13 November 1997 aged eighty-three
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07 Aug 2014
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Hodder & Stoughton