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The Black Rocks of Morwenstow

John Wilcox

1842. Joshua Weyland is languishing in America and desperate to return to England and his fiancé. He ships home on a small brig but when it founders on rocks off the coast of Cornwall and he narrowly escapes with his life, it's clear to him that the ship had been deliberately wrecke...
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Dust Clouds of War

John Wilcox

1914. Simon Fonthill, a fit 59-year-old, is visiting his farm in Northern Rhodesia when the Great War breaks out. With him, as always, is his wife Alice, but also his old comrade and former batman, 352 Jenkins, holidaying with them after the marriage of his two step-daughters in South Afri...
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Treachery in Tibet

John Wilcox

1903. The British Empire has reached its probable apogee: so much of the world map is coloured red and the sun never set on its boundaries. But Lord Curzon, the ambitious Viceroy of India, has different views. Tibet, the mountainous region on the Raj’s borders, irritates him: the Dal...
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Bayonets Along the Border

John Wilcox

North West India, July 1897.  Simon and Alice Fonthill are travelling with their old friend Jenkins to Marden, India for an anniversary party with the Guides Corps.  But when they are ambushed on their journey, they realise that the land may not be as peaceful as they first belie...
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Pirates - Starboard Side! A Simon Fonthill Short Story

John Wilcox

Simon Fonthill, his wife Alice and trusty ‘352’ Jenkins are bound from the Chinese port of Tientsin for Durban, South Africa at the urgent request of Kitchener. The rusty tub that is to take them across the sea does not inspire confidence and, more worryingly, neither does the ...
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