Warrior in Bronze (Agamemnon Book 1)

Warrior in Bronze (Agamemnon Book 1)

George Shipway

From the bestselling writer of Imperial Governor, Knight in Anarchy and The Paladin

The younger Agamemnon has grown up within the loved ones of Atreus, Marshal of Mycenae, whom he believes to be his father. He learns that he's ultimately be triumphant to the throne of Mycenae, yet prior to this he needs to examine the humanities of struggle and the ruthless politics of Greece

in the Heroic Age.


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George Frederick Morgan Shipway used to be born in 1908 in India and was once knowledgeable at Clifton. He then attended the Royal army collage, Sandhurst and was once commissioned into the Indian military in 1928. He used to be connected to the second Battalion The Prince of Wales’s Volunteers (South Lancashire), for 12 months. After his 12 months Shipway was once published to the thirteenth Duke of Connaught's personal Lancers. He spent years (1936-1938) as Adjutant of the Mekran Levy Corps. In 1940-41 he turned a normal employees Officer, at common Headquarters, India. He remained at the employees till 1944 while he used to be published to serve with the Hyderabad Lancers.

Shipway retired as a massive and honorary Lieutenant-Colonel in 1948, following Indian independence. After retiring he grew to become a instructor at Cheam college in Berkshire sooner than turning into a novelist on the age of 60.

His first novel Imperial Governor introduced him rapid luck and popularity as an writer of old fiction of the top order. His different works comprise the bestselling Knight in Anarchy and The Chilean Club.

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See dialogue of his paintings by means of Alan Fisk in Solander journal


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