Jack Absolute, Book 1

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McArthur, 2003 - British - 310 pages
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"1777. After years away, Jack returns to London... to find that he is famous. The play-wright, Richard Sherida, has stolen his name and made ""Jack Absolute"" the star of his hit comedy, The Rivals. This notoriety makes the real Jack's job all the more difficult... for he is a spy. Jack Absolute - Redcoat officer, Iroquois warrior, Spy."

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User Review  - gypsysmom - LibraryThing

This book is what I would call a 'typical' C.C. Humphreys - the first 2 were 'Indiana Jones meets Tudor England' - this is 'Indiana Jones meets ? the American Revolution' (from the British/Canadian ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookworm2bookworm - LibraryThing

I am a huge fan of ‘Last of the Mohicans’ and the only reason I wanted to read this book was the time period. I was curious about an English officer’s viewpoint of the Revolutionary War, and it truly ... Read full review


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