Hunter's Rage

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Hunter's Rage

Hunter s Rage Hunter s Rage the third in The Civil War Chronicles Michael Arnold s acclaimed series of historical thrillers sees battle scarred hero Captain Stryker the Sharpe of the Civil War take on his old

  • Title: Hunter's Rage
  • Author: Michael Arnold
  • ISBN: 9781848544109
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hunter s Rage, the third in The Civil War Chronicles, Michael Arnold s acclaimed series of historical thrillers, sees battle scarred hero Captain Stryker, the Sharpe of the Civil War , take on his oldest foe Stands in comparison with the best of Cornwell Yorkshire Post Posted to the hostile territory of Dartmoor, Captain Innocent Stryker and his men are attacked by anHunter s Rage, the third in The Civil War Chronicles, Michael Arnold s acclaimed series of historical thrillers, sees battle scarred hero Captain Stryker, the Sharpe of the Civil War , take on his oldest foe Stands in comparison with the best of Cornwell Yorkshire Post Posted to the hostile territory of Dartmoor, Captain Innocent Stryker and his men are attacked by an elite cavalry unit commanded by the formidable Colonel Gabriel Wild and suffer heavy losses Stryker has already clashed once with Wild, and the Roundhead has sworn to seek his revenge After the attack, Stryker is faced with the annihilation of his company as he is hounded across the moor, eventually seeking shelter on an isolated tor populared by an enigmatic former priest who harbours no love for the King s cause Colonel Wild is assisted in his revenge by Osmyn Hogg, Parliamentarian Witchfinder, who shares his own deadly history with Stryker.

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    1. S.J.A. Turney on said:

      mahrHunter's Rage is the third book in Mike Arnold's Civil War Chronicles, following Traitor's Blood and Devil's Charge, a series following the adventures (and misadventures) of one Captain Stryker - a Royalist officer.I find that any writer, no matter how good their first offerings (and Arnold's have been excellent), hits their easy and comfortable stride. It often happens with the third book in a series, and Arnold is no different here.Traitor's Blood was a fairly straightforward plot, was har [...]

    2. Ndf on said:

      This is a real rip-snorter of a good read. The third book in Michael Arnold’s superb Civil War Chronicles sees Royalist Captain ‘One-eye’ Stryker back in the thick of the action and getting himself and his band of misfit rogues into all sorts of mischief and scrapes once again.The title of the book refers to two characters initially independent of each other who ultimately join forces—both having their reasons for hunting down Captain Stryker and seeing his neck stretched from the end of [...]

    3. Robin Carter on said:

      ReviewI have been fortunate enough to meet Captain Stryker before:Civil War Chronicles 1. Traitor’s Blood (2010) 2. Devil’s Charge (2011) 3. Hunter’s Rage (2012) 4. Warlord’s Gold (2013)But this latest adventure (number 3) Hunters Rage for me personally is a step up, as each book in the series appears to have been. Our Hero? if that’s the right word for a man built by and driven by war. Yet a man who believes he is on the right side, a man who really deep down cares for every man under [...]

    4. David on said:

      The third in Michael Arnold's Civil War Chronicles, again following the exploits of Captain Stryker and his men, who are fighting for the (doomed) Royalist cause.At the start of this particular entry, Stryker and his men are unknowingly behind enemy lines, after the cessation of a brief truce. This novel could also be split into three main sections: the first dealing with their journey back to their own side of the lines, the second with what is effectively a siege that they are forced to underg [...]

    5. Kate on said:

      What a wonderful book! I thoroughly enjoyed the first two Stryker novels but this third novel is even better. The English Civil War is brought to life in vivid red. Review to follow on FWN shortly but, in the meantime, more please!

    6. Stephen on said:

      really enjoyed the lastest book in the series and felt the best so far awating the 4th already

    7. Jeff Frane on said:

      Possibly my favorite novel of Michael Arnold's series set in the English Civil Wars. Swashes are buckled left and right.

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