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Title:
The Queen's Captain (MP3)
Series:
The Colonial #3
Written by:
Peter Watt 
Read by:
Rupert Degas 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
10 hours 5 minutes 
MP3 size:
440 MB 
Published:
January 01 2022 
Available Date:
January 01 2022 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867574378 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Historical Fiction; War Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan Australia 
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The Queen's Captain is the third instalment in The Colonial series, from the bestselling author, Peter Watt.

In October 1863, Ian Steele, having taken on the identity of Captain Samuel Forbes, is fighting the Pashtun on the north-west frontier in India. Half a world away, the real Samuel Forbes is a lieutenant in the 3rd New York Volunteers and is facing the Confederates at the Battle of Mission Ridge in Tennessee. Neither is aware their lives will change beyond recognition in the year to come. In London, Ella, the love of Ian's life, is unhappily married to Count Nikolai Kasatkin. As their relationship sours further, she tries to reclaim the son she and Ian share, but Nikolai makes a move that sees the boy sent far from Ella's reach. As 1864 dawns, Ian is posted to the battlefields of the Waikato in New Zealand, where he comes face to face with an old nemesis. As the ten-year agreement between Steele and Forbes nears its end, their foe is desperate to catch them out and crush all their hopes for the future ...

'Watt's fans love his work for its history, adventure and storytelling.'
Brisbane News

'One of Australia's best historical fiction authors.'
Canberra Weekly

'Watt has a true knack for producing captivating historical adventures filled with action, intrigue and family drama.'
Canberra Weekly