BOOK 17 IN THE EPIC HISTORICAL SAGA OF THE COURTNEY FAMILY, FROM INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER WILBUR SMITH
'Best historical novelist' - Stephen King
'A master storyteller' - Sunday Times
'Wilbur Smith is one of those benchmarks against whom others are compared' - The Times
'No one does adventure quite like Smith' - Daily Mirror
BETRAYED BY BLOOD. BOUND BY FATE.
Inseparable since birth, Theo and Connie Courtney are torn apart by the tragic death of their parents.
Theo, wracked with guilt, seeks salvation in combat, joining the British in the war against the French and Indian army. On a personal mission he meets the beautiful, innocent Abigail, with whom he falls madly in love. But when their tryst is discovered, Theo is left outcast in the wilderness, desperately fighting for his life. Determined to reclaim his honour, and save Abigail, Theo does whatever it takes to survive.
Connie, believing herself abandoned by her brother, and abused and brutalised by a series of corrupt guardians, makes her way to France, where she is welcomed into high society. Here, she once again finds herself at the mercy of vicious men, whose appetite for war and glory lead her to the frontlines of the French battlefield in North America.
As the siblings find their destinies converging once more, they realise that the vengeance and redemption they both desperately seek could cost them their lives . . .
A Courtney Series adventure - Book 2 in the Tiger's Prey sequence.
Ghost Fire is an epic historical fiction adventure of tragedy, loss, betrayal and courage that brings the reader deep into the seething heart of war, from Wilbur Smith, one of the bestselling and most beloved authors of the century. Don't miss the next thrilling chapter in the sequence, Storm Tide.
Book 18 in the Courtney family series, Legacy of War, is available now.
Why leave aftica
Wilbur smiths books have gone down hill since he started using other writers. I have not read any of their own work and those books may be great but they have taken some of the authors style out of the story and you can tell someone else wrote it.
For this particular book.... such a shame to see the story actually have nothing to do with Africa at all for the first time. Africa is the common romantic theme for all Wilbur’s books and sadly this one lacked it. very disappointed
Not Wilbur Smith
It’s a good read but definitely not by Wilbur Smith.