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The Smoke Of Her Burning (An Uncivil War) (Volume 4) Paperback – November 1, 2015
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Rich in historical detail, this book grabs the reader by the ears and drags him/her along on a fast-paced, rather dark, romp through the 17th century, accompanied by a cast of characters that by the end of the book have become almost as near and dear as flesh-and-blood family members – with the benefit of not having to wash all their bloodied, dirty linen…
Can't wait for the next installment - and I sincerely hope it's a typo where it says I'll have to wait until 2017...
Whilst Babbitt is overtly aware of human shortcomings, sometimes, just sometimes mistakes occur, mistakes that make no sense to those who trust and believe in another’s innocence, and there are times when actions speak louder than any words declared or written down as proclamation of one man’s guilt in matters of a sexual nature. Therefore Pettit risks much, as do the rest of Babbitt’s immediate troop in saving the neck of one of their own, and all despite the fact they may end up on a charge of desertion and accusation of insubordination. Worse, Babbitt is not beyond punishing his own troop, as displayed with shocking accuracy. But in times of war discipline is oft necessary in convincing oneself and others that you are indeed worthy of command, even when you know in your heart your superiors are far from flawless, and that younger men are itching to kick your spurs from under you. This is yet another cracking read from M. J. Logue’s Parliamentarian picket line.
I waited expectantly for this book to be published. It exceeded my expectations. I have enjoyed it immensely and heartily recommend it. I congratulate the author.