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The Regiment (U) (Ulverscroft Large Print Series) epub ebook

by Christopher Nicole

The Regiment (U) (Ulverscroft Large Print Series) epub ebook

Author: Christopher Nicole
Category: Action & Adventure
Language: English
Publisher: Ulverscroft (June 1, 1990)
Pages: 661 pages
ISBN: 0708922260
ISBN13: 978-0708922262
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 535
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This is a list of books by Christopher Nicole. West Indian Cricket: the Story of Cricket in the West Indies (1957). The West Indies: Their People and History (1965). Introduction to Chess (1973). Shadows in the Jungle (1961). The Self Lovers (1968). Thunder and the Shouting (1969). Where the Cavern Ends (1970). The Longest Pleasure (1970). The Face of Evil (1971).

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Gallard's Hay (Ulverscroft Large Print) By Clare Rossiter. Angel in Jeopardy (Severn House Large Print) By Christopher Nicole. The Chinese Takeout (Ulverscroft Large Print Series) By Judith Cutler.

Publisher: Ulverscroft, 1990.

Reviews (7)
Thoroughly enjoyed this book, picked it up expecting a modern version of a GA Henty or Rider Haggard but got a well thought out and explained if fairly simplified background to Late Victorian/Edwardian British Imperialism.

A worthwhile read. Perhaps there's a touch of W.E.B. Griffin here, with all the heroic lineage mentioned, but overall, it's good reading. Now I have to buy the next two books - because I'm hooked! If the other two are as good, we will have to pay double for the next "series."

Interesting take on the British Army

Good read. Suggest you get the two follow on books and read the whole series. Worthwhile.

Good read but rather weak ending.

Well done fictional history of a family, the Mackinders, and a Regiment, The Royal Western Dragoon Guards from Africa to France. Interesting characters, sufficient plot and much battlefield action.with a reasonable historic basis make this formulaic but a cut above many others. Looking forward to the rest of the trilogy.

Good read, with a nice view of the period covered (1899-1914), and a very PC young officer - almost anachronistically so, but hey, it IS fiction. Reading about a 'colonial British officer' giving a damn about the colonised sort of goes against the general press they've received, but no doubt they did exist, and Murdoch MacKinder is a nice guy.
I found myself believing his struggles with both his position within the professional and personal spheres, and enjoyed the preparation and de- briefing parts of the action pieces - not just the action itself. Also the comment on the performance of the British higher officers in their context was interesting, if smacking a lot of hindsight: this was the part I found hardest to believe.
I enjoyed it, and found myself searching for the sequel on-line - sez enough for me!

Fun read...

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