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Mark Urban is diplomatic editor of the BBC's Newsnight and a former defense correspondent for the Independent. He is the author of The Man Who Broke Napoleon's Codes and of Wellington's Rifles, the story of the British soldier fighting against Napoleon in Wellington's army. He lives in London.

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Praise for Mark Urban' s "Wellington' s Rifles":
" Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history." -- "Booklist"
"" "A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-opening supplement." -- "Library Journal"
" The six years make for a great tale, and Mark Urban tells it superbly. If you like Sharpe, then this book is a must." -- Bernard Cornwell, author of "Sharpe' s Rifles"
Praise for Mark Urban's "Wellington's Rifles"
"Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history."--"Booklist "

"""A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-opening supplement."--"Library Journal"
"The six years make for a great tale, and Mark Urban tells it superbly. If you like Sharpe, then this book is a must."--Bernard Cornwell, author of "Sharpe's Rifles"
Praise for "Fusiliers": "A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations."-"Kirkus" Praise for Mark Urban's "Wellington's Rifles":
"Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history."--"Booklist"
"""A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-opening supplement."--"Library Journal"
"The six years make for a great tale, and Mark Urban tells it superbly. If you like Sharpe, then this book is a must."--Bernard Cornwell, author of "Sharpe's Rifles"
Praise for "Fusiliers": "his [Urban's] assiduous research uncovers numerous human-interest stories. The paucity of records generally precludes composition of unit histories for the war, but Urban capitalizes on an exception, one that readers accustomed to the Patriot side of the struggle will not want to miss."-"Booklist" "A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations."-"Kirkus" Praise for Mark Urban's "Wellington's Rifles":
"Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history."--"Booklist"
"""A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-opening supplement."--"Library Journal"
"The six years make for a great tale, and Mark Urban tells it superbly. If you like Sharpe, then this book is a must."--Bernard Cornwell, author of "Sharpe's Rifles"
Praise for "Fusiliers": "his [Urban's] assiduous research uncovers numerous human-interest stories. The paucity of records generally precludes composition of unit histories for the war, but Urban capitalizes on an exception, one that readers accustomed to the Patriot side of the struggle will not want to miss."-"Booklist" "A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations."-"Kirkus" Praise for Mark Urban's "Wellington's Rifles":
"Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history."-"Booklist "
"""A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-openinge
Praise for "Fusiliers" "his [Urban's] assiduous research uncovers numerous human-interest stories. The paucity of records generally precludes composition of unit histories for the war, but Urban capitalizes on an exception, one that readers accustomed to the Patriot side of the struggle will not want to miss."-"Booklist" "A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations."-"Kirkus" Praise for Mark Urban's "Wellington's Rifles"

"Urban successfully rounds out the character of this notable unit and achieves an authoritative history."--"Booklist "

"""A fascinating narrative...Urban gives readers remarkable insight into the battles of the Peninsular War from Talavera to Tarbes...Fans of Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe saga will find this an often eye-opening supplement."--"Library Journal"
"The six years make for a great tale, and Mark Urban tells it superbly. If you like Sharpe, then this book is a must."--Bernard Cornwell, author of "Sharpe's Rifles"

his [Urban's] assiduous research uncovers numerous human-interest stories. The paucity of records generally precludes composition of unit histories for the war, but Urban capitalizes on an exception, one that readers accustomed to the Patriot side of the struggle will not want to miss. "Booklist"

A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations. "Kirkus""


"his [Urban's] assiduous research uncovers numerous human-interest stories. The paucity of records generally precludes composition of unit histories for the war, but Urban capitalizes on an exception, one that readers accustomed to the Patriot side of the struggle will not want to miss." --Booklist

"A spirited portrait of life during the American Revolution from the perspective of the British army...comprehensive and engrossing account...A passionately presented book full of intriguing revelations." --Kirkus

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