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Cast No Shadows (Paperback)

Author:  E. V. Thompson
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0751545422
ISBN-13: 9780751545425
Sku: 217692108
Publish Date: 3/1/2011
Pages:  474
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South-West England, 1812. England is at war with America and when 250 American prisoners-of-war arrive at Dartmoor prison, it is already overcrowded with French prisoners. Among the newcomers is Lieutenant Pilgrim Penn, an American merchant seaman, who soon falls in love with a local girl at a market held inside the prison walls. The inmates fight amongst themselves despite their common enemy, and the Americans are a particularly troublesome group. When the governor''s daughter becomes romantically involved with one of them, he orders his soldiers to open fire during a minor disturbance, even though the war has ended and personal revenge is suspected as his true motivation
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South-West England, 1812.  England is at war with America and when 250 American prisoners-of-war arrive at Dartmoor prison, it is already overcrowded with French prisoners. Among the newcomers is Lieutenant Pilgrim Penn, an American merchant seaman, who soon falls in love with a local girl at a market held inside the prison walls. The inmates fight amongst themselves despite their common enemy, and the Americans are a particularly troublesome group. When the governor's daughter becomes romantically involved with one of them, he orders his soldiers to open fire during a minor disturbance, even though the war has ended and personal revenge is suspected as his true motivation
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