Honour Be Damned




      Honour Be Damned
Lieutenant George Markham and his Marines must escort a group of French Royalists behind enemy lines on a secret quest But Markham s mission is put in jeopardy with the unexpected arrival of a figure from his past New Read Honour Be Damned [ By ] Tom Connery [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – bluevapours.co.uk

A pseudonym of David Donachie.

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      Honour Be Damned
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  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Honour Be Damned
  • Tom Connery
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 0425191958

10 thoughts on “ Honour Be Damned

  1. Jean says:

    This is the final installment in Markham of the Marines trilogy, set against the backdrop of revolutionary France in the 1790s The historical novel is well written but the historical time line is a bit off in this book I enjoyed the trilogy, Markham was a Royal Marine whereas, Bernard Cornwell s Richard Sharpe was Army and the author kept pointing out the difference in roles, training and action between the two.Lieutenant George Markham is still battling anti Irish and anti Catholic prejudices This is the final installment in Markham of the Marines trilogy, set against the backdrop of revolutionary France in the 1790s The historical novel is well written but the historical time line is a bit off in this book I enjoyed the trilogy, Markham was a Royal Marine whereas, Bernard Cornwell s Richard Sharpe was Army and the author kept pointing out the difference in roles, training and action ...

  2. Christopher Taylor says:

    I picked this up at the bookstore because I like the Sharpe s novels and this felt like a nice blend between sea novels and Napoleonic war era soldier stories.The main character George Markham is a lieutenant in the Royal Marines, and the book starts with a siege in Spain, which ends with a bit of deception The story goes on to a landing in Italy to pick up a treasure a...

  3. Carolyn says:

    I read these 3 books as a follow on from the John Pearce series and these I m afraid left me wanting.The hero is likeable, courageous and yet never seems to get the credit he is due for his actions, and time and time again he gets knocked back for some offence he committed at the age of 15, and accused of favouritism because of his father s influence.I feel I want to give him a good shake and tell him to stand up for himself and get the record set straight In fact m so f...

  4. Richard Poad-Baker says:

    Having read the series in rapid succession they are interesting engaging However I can t help but feel throughout the author continually writes any Gentleman especially Gentleman Officer as suspect of moral if not also action, with the exception of those historical figures who are kept beyond such treatment by public esteem The reason for this I will not attempt however I would suggest it almost carries a political smell This constant treatment detracts from the story leaving one with a f Having read the series in rapid succession they are interesting engaging However I can t help but feel throughout the author continually writes any Gentleman especially Gentleman Officer as suspect of moral if not also action, with the exception of those historical figures who are kept beyond such treatment by public esteem The reason for this I will not attempt however I would suggest it al...

  5. Jonathan Hopkins says:

    Decent story but ohwhat happened to the editor Typos, sentences that don t make sense and in one instance a line constructed so it states the opposite to the actual situation Slapdash.

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