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The General's Envoy by Anthony Conway

The General's Envoy

by Anthony Conway

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340768584, Hardcover)

The second thrilling volume of the Caspasian series, set this time in the lawless China of 1925 John Caspasian, hero of The Viceroy's Captain, is assigned to Shanghai, a city seething with intrigue and violence as rival Chinese revolutionaries make war on each other. Sent up the Yangtsc to make an alliance with the man the British have picked to stop the 'communist' Chiang Kai-Shek, Caspasian discovers that the supposed champion of the west is a vicious murderer. The warlord's right hand man is the English war hero who saved Caspasian's life in the trenches in World War I. So why is he trying to Kill Caspasian now?

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John Caspasian, hero of The viceroy's captain (30 O/O) is assigned to Shanghai. Sent up the Yangtse to make an alliance Caspsian discovers that the supposed champion of the west is a vicious murderer. The second thrilling volume of the Caspasian series.… (more)

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