Stormchild

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HarperCollinsPublishers, 1991 - Fiction - 358 pages
21 Reviews
A man's world is shattered when his wife is the victim of a bomb explosion on their yacht. He soon faces the possibility that his estranged daughter, who has joined the ranks of a militant ecology movement, may have had something to do with her mother's death. He ultimately confronts his daughter and the leader of the movement, who he realizes is behind the destruction of his family.

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Good, solid storytelling. - Goodreads
I really like Cornwell's writing. - Goodreads
Not deep but good writing! - Goodreads
I am impressed with his writing skills. - Goodreads

Review: Stormchild (Thrillers #4)

User Review  - Chris Sunderland - Goodreads

One of my favorite authors, Andy Andrews, recommended this author as a great example on how to write stories well. I enjoyed my first read of his work. He develops a very good story line, filled with ... Read full review

Review: Stormchild (Thrillers #4)

User Review  - Elaine H - Goodreads

Mehh Not too great, but I don't like love stories too much. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
17
Section 3
34
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Bernard Cornwell was born in London, England, on February 23, 1944, and came to the United States in 1980. He received a B.A. from the University of London in 1967. Cornwell served as producer of the British Broadcasting Corporation from 1969-1976. After this he was head of current affairs for BBC-TV in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1979 he became editor of television news for Thames Television of London. Since 1980 he has been a freelance writer. he lives with his wife on Cape Cod. Cornwell's Sharpe series, adventure stories about a British soldier set in the Peninsula War of 1808-1814, are built on the author's interest in the Duke of Wellington's army. Titles include Sharpe's Rifles, Sharpe's Revenge, Sharpe's Siege, Sharpe's Regiment, and Sharpe's Waterloo. He has also written other works including Wildtrack, Killer's Wake, Sea Lord, Stormchild, Rebel, Copperhead, and Battle Flag.

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