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The Adventures of Cornelius Quinn - Alabama by [Dewar, Ian]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2644 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IGW3UQ0
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This period of history has always been a subject that I've been reasonably interested in, so when I found out about this novel by Ian Dewar, I jumped at the chance to read it. From the first page, the author creates a rich atmosphere that easily allows you to picture the scenes he's writing about, it literally puts you 'there' invariably with Cornelius Quinn himself.

The story is far more than just a war story, there's intrigue, adventure, a great plot and believable characters, combine those elements with a cracking piece of history, and you've got a winner. Heartily recommended, give Ian's work a go, I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
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Unusual subject for me to read. I enjoyed this book, well written with good descriptions and well drawn characters. Atmospheric I could picture Cornelius Quinn and the dark back streets of Liverpool. Definitely worth a read and looking forward to reading more from this author!
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ADVENTURES OF CORNELIUS QUINN.....the best known of the recent novels with the War of 61 as a backdrop. Cornelius Quinn waits in a prison hulk as a date with the hangman approaches. This only chance of avoiding this is to accept to look after the interests of the CSS Alabama to be, and Commander Bulloch. Like Ian's previous work the theme of espionage and betrayal is ever present, and Cornelius must have at times have thought he might be better taking his chances with the hangman. An excellent work with very little to criticise and much to praise. The very finest book of its kind, with much to recommend to those with an interest of the War and those times, as well as those who just like a stimulating read. Extremely well produced and an asset to anyone's personal library.
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Based on true events, Ian Dewar takes us back to Liverpool during the American Civil War. Why Liverpool? Well, that's where the Confederates had ordered a cruiser called the Alabama to be built, and Union agents are out to destroy it before its launched. There's plenty of action and some fascinating historical background I certainly didn't know. Highly recommended if you like a mix of fiction and historical drama.
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