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The Road To Kandahar John Wilcox

The Road To Kandahar By John Wilcox

The Road To Kandahar by John Wilcox

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Blood is spilt on the battlefields of Afghanistan in this brilliant second novel in the thrilling adventure series featuring Captain Simon Fonthill

The Road To Kandahar Summary

The Road To Kandahar by John Wilcox

The year is 1879, and Captain Simon Fonthill is ready for another challenge. Having survived the Zulu onslaught at Rorke's Drift, he is sent to the North-West Frontier - India's border with Afghanistan - and charged with a dangerous mission. Fonthill must infiltrate the warlike Pathan tribes and pass vital intelligence back to the British camp. He swiftly discovers a plot to massacre the regiments, but when his cover is blown, Fonthill steels himself for the harrowing consequences...

The Road To Kandahar Reviews

'A lovingly-detailed, good old-fashioned adventure yarn' Choice * Choice *
'The past brought vividly to life' Manchester Evening News * Manchester Evening News *
'Fast-paced, full of action and brave deeds. If you are a fan of Simon Scarrow or Wilbur Smith, then this is for you... I've starched my stiff upper lip, loaded my Martini-Henry rifle and am off to my favourite bookshop to buy the first in the Simon Fonthill series' Historical Novels Review * Historical Novels Review *

About John Wilcox

John Wilcox was a journalist for many years before travelling all round the world while working in industry. He is now a full-time writer.

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The Road To Kandahar by John Wilcox
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