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on June 14, 2017
4/1899, Whanganui, New Zealand. Richard was now working for Tingey Glass Co. (Victoria Ave).
Racheal introduced Mr. Alistair Montgomery Purdue (father) & Mrs. Emily Ellen Purdue (mother) to Lance Corporal Richard Wilson (New Zealand Mounted Rifles).
10/1899, Cape Colony, South Africa. Camp Ormanville. Major Matlock (40+, co. commander),

Major Watermeyer (40+, Intelligence Bureau), & Corporal Crawford (sketch artist, Intelligence Bureau) had met with Private Richard Wilson (soldier, narrator).
Private Wilson’s description & Corporal Crawford drawing matched not only that of Erich von Smidt (30+, President Marthinus Wessel Pretorius Prussian mercenary spy/saboteur, explosives, Moriarty).
Major Matlock informed Private Wilson that he was to go on the mission to help pursue/capture Erich von Smidt.
Major Matlock & Private Wilson met with Major Kieran Conrad-Jones (40+, Royal Corps of Engineers).
Next, Colonel Walter Walt James Anderson (former Canadian Mounties), Ambrose Floyd (Australian), & Harold Potts introduced themselves to Private Wilson (aka land agent) objective was to establish a ranching enterprise titled British South Africa Cattle Co.
12/1898, Patea (Mount Egmont), New Zealand. Aunt Zelda introduced Private Wilson too her 2 daughters: Agnes, Emma, & Rachel Purdue (Agnes’ BFF).
Jamestown, Cape Colony, South Africa. Harold, Ambrose & Colonel Anderson woke up Private Wilson.

The Dr., was looking Private Wilson over because he had been mugged.
Chief Constable Wilkes had done an investigation but it turned up nothing.
Why had Furtive Ferg (Fergie, local crook) been murdered with a shotgun through the jail cell window?
Illwe, Cape Colony. South Africa. Catherine, Harriet, & Nellie stunned & looked on as the train station had been blown to smithereens.
The Orange Free State prisoners that were still alive were rounded up & taken back into custody.
Shaun Blaine was also another person of interest.
12/1899, Duntroon, Cape Colony South Africa. Who is Erich von Smidt (spy/master saboteur, kidnapper) after?
Lance Corporal Richard Wilson in the New Zealand Mounted Rifles was reporting for duty as ordered.
1/1900, Rensburg, Cape Colony South Africa. Major Ainsworth & Lieutenant Devereaux are from the New South Wales Carbineers.

What was Alistair Montgomery Purdue Esq. going before Justice Bulcher about?
Molly had joined the Imperial Army Nursing Reserve.
What were Sergeant Wallace Hillman & Colonel Peregrine Smith talking with Lance Corporal Wilson about?

I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.

A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written Boar War Historical Fiction book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great Boar War fictional movie, or better yet a mini TV series. A very easy rating of 5 stars.

Thank you for the free author; Lawson books; Amazon Digital Services LLC; book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
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on June 14, 2017
I love the romantic angle, so fascinating and creative with the infusion of history. The two main characters of the book are well portrayed, I could not help but to ensure I read to the very last page. What an Intriguing, thought-provoking story.
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on July 13, 2015
Geoff Lawson has created a very readable romantic fiction set in colonial NZ. His historical facts are, for me, his greatest strength. Set in NZ around the time of the Boer War we get an insight into NZ society. The main characters are strongly portrayed & give a good insight into the struggles of the time, plus room for romance. I enjoyed the book. Easy to read & delightful. I recommend a look.
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on July 11, 2015
Its so nice to read well written works that embrace our own country. In this case even our own Provincial area. Forgiven also give s and interesting insight into the Boer war and is an intrical part of a fascinating love story. Its an easy and very enjoyable read. I read it over a week and enjoyed it immensely.
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on March 10, 2015
I was so immersed with the characters and the story, I felt like I was living the real thing during that time.
Loved it.
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on June 11, 2015
I found this to be a very satisfying read - an interesting plot that includes history, and the drama of life.
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