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Paul Fraser Collard

Correspondence on Campaign – Paul Fraser Collard

If I ask if you have heard of the British Army’s campaign in Abyssinia, to free European prisoners taken by Emperor Tewodros II, then I suspect many of you would look rather perplexed. However, if […]

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Battling Bandoleros in the American Civil War

Bandoleros – it’s one of those beautifully evocative words that conjures up a hundred images all by itself. When I started planning for THE LOST OUTLAW – the eighth Jack Lark novel set in Mexico […]

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The Scarlet Ladies by Paul Fraser Collard

I blame the Monocled Mutineer for my love of impostors. The story of Percy Toplis first caught my attention when it became the basis for the TV series of the same name that was shown […]

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The Evolution of a Soldier

The Evolution of a Soldier Paul Fraser Collard on developing a series character over time If you have read any of the Jack Lark books then it should not come as much of a surprise […]

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Jack Lark’s Christmas – Paul Fraser Collard

Jack Lark’s Christmas Paul Fraser Collard explores Christmas for a Victorian redcoat soldier Jack Lark awoke with a groan. Reveille was sounding, the bugler giving it a louder and longer flourish than usual. But it […]

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