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/ Lead title A remarkable debut novel, 'Four Days in June' is an imaginative but accurate reconstruction of five men -- all real figures -- five points of view, and four days of one of the world's most famous battles. / Historical fiction brought dramatically to life through the eyes of five different real-life characters. / Perfect for fans of historical adventure, from the publishers of Bernard Cornwell and Conn Iggulden. / Fantastic reader response on Amazon.co.uk to the hardback, Iain Gale looks set to become a repected and much-loved author in the world of hstorical fiction. / Competition: Bernard Cornwell, Allan Mallinson, Patrick O'Brien
Iain Gale has always had a life-long passion for military history. He is the Editor of the National Trust for Scotland magazine and Art critic for Scotland on Sunday. He lives outside Edinburgh with his wife and children.
'A powerful novel of men at war. A triumph.' Bernard Cornwell 'A debut novel to treasure!brilliantly evoking the horrors and excitements of war' Publishing News 'A treat for every history buff, and a vivid picture of men at war.' Scotland on Sunday 'Thoroughly researched.' Financial Times 'Knife edge realism mingles with strategy, glory and tragedy in Gale's artistic narrative.' Oxford Times 'Iain Gale is quite simply a genius.' 'C. Bones', Amazon reader 'An enthralling read! Let's have more from this author!' 'Cromwell Oliver', Amazon reader 'This book was recommended to me and even though I don't normally read military histories it had me gripped from the first few pages!!If you want a totally engrossing read then I couldn't recommend this book more highly.' Fay Anderson, Amazon reader