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Publication Order of Ash Logan Books

Enforcer (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Unyielding Marshal (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon
Whispers of Dixie (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Max Reeves Books

The Legend of Max Reeves (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Vigilante (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Frontier Justice (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dead End (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
El Diablo (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Unfinished Business (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Tin Star (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bad Blood Connection (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Stranger (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon
Death Mountain (2024)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Sheriff Jared McCann Books

Rattler Retribution (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Rustlers and Robbers (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Railroad Ruckus (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
First an Outlaw (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Making of a Marshal (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Called to Walton Town (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Robert Harvey is a military fiction writer brought up at a time when a handshake and a word were all that was required. He has worked as a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, a member of the British Parliament, and assistant editor of the Economist.
Most of Harvey’s novels have one thing in common, the characters are often presented with a second chance were standing up for the innocent is deeply rooted in the brave men and women who established lives on the Western frontier. Some of Robert Harvey’s notable books include The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Greater Japan; Portugal, The Wars of Wars; Undefeated, Liberators, Cochrane, and Bolivar, among others.

Published in 2000, Cochrane is a colorful tale of the life of Thomas Cochrane. Robert Harvey documents Admiral Thomas Cochrane’s life and achievements from birth to his demise. With years of a reputation for defeating enemies and all the countries on land and ocean, Cochrane was a force of nature to be reckoned with. The author clarifies that apart from untimely misjudgments, Cochrane was taken advantage of by his own colleagues and throughout his successful legacy.

In the course of the story, we learn that Cochrane came from a family of great soldiers who one fought in the French and Indian War. Another one also served military assistant to Cornwallis during the period when the British surrendered at Yorktown. Cochrane’s career picks up as his uncle, who was a high captain, puts him on board with as a midshipman. He rises up the ranks so fast, soon taking command of his own ship and trying to terrorize the shores of France. During this period, he became popular for his significant innovation and courageous maneuvering.

Robert Harvey’s writing is crafted to capture the intensity of the battles as Cochrane takes many French pursuers in a disabled vessel. The author also goes forward to show the entire extent of the trial of his claimed fraud in the Stock Exchange market. He tries to prove his innocence while exposing his innocence while digging at the naval establishment’s authority and image.

His popularity in Britain is evident throughout the novel of his heroic War, his commitment to the Commonwealth and the oppressed in his position in parliament.

In his last job, Cochrane worked as a mercenary and admiral in South America. The details of his role are well-researched for the reader to see his absolute distinctiveness as he fights for independence. The narrative is a page turner that makes readers wish it was longer to give more insight into Cochrane’s eventful life and unique career.

The author provides maps and illustrations in the last chapters showing Cochrane’s achievements both for his family and Great Britain, even after he passed away. Harvey covers all the details of Cochrane’s career, both as a war captain in the British Navy and a radical politician. He was also a member of parliament and non-native military intellectual who, after being disgraced in England, helped Greece and South American countries attain independence.

The work of writers such as Frederic Marryal, C.S Forrester, and Patrick O’Brian inspired Cochrane’s exploits. In the course of the book, you will discover some of the exploits the authors borrowed from their novels. Robert shows how Cochrane used calculated strategy, deception, and knowledge of ships to defeat strong opponents.

His strength was such an inspiration to many. Harvey shows the excitement of his daring actions with an engaging pace. Harvey covers Cochrane’s clash with the Admiralty and the purported involvement in the stock exchange scandal to balance the biography before being made the British Navy’s senior Commander. Cochrane inspired Pablo Neruda’s ‘Lord Cochrane de Chile poem of 1967.

In Liberators, Robert Harvey narrates the story of the Liberation of Latin America from the Spanish and Portuguese. The author uses the personal encounters of Bolvar, Miranda, Bernardo O’Higgins, and San Martin, Iturbide, among others, to make readers understand how European power was broken.

The novel shows the differences between the rebellion movement in North America and Europe as it exhausted and the strength of the Southern form. In the end, the reader will feel as if they understand the continent better in real life, thanks to the vivid descriptions.
The author doesn’t shy away from pointing out the enormous physical distances involved and the variance between the contrasting Spanish colonies that were already developed in the 1500s. Each one had a varying percentage, with Europeans, indigenous people, African-Americans, and then various levels of mixed population.

As the Napoleonic wars took Portugal’s and Spain’s attention, Miranda came up with the ideas of the American and French revolutions in Venezuela, which had a big impact. Bolivar chooses to skillfully take Venezuela, Argentina, and Columbia out of the Empire and turn them into republics.

Among those lucky to be freed are Chile and Peru, and the author introduces O’Higgins with his family’s Irish-American story. The amazing Cochrane and his daring helped expose independence, which added more fun to the story. The books round up with tremendous stories with Iturbide of Mexico and Prince Pedro of Brazil. Before the novel ends, you will learn why the United States of Latin America was never heard of since it was north of Mexico.

Liberators is an excellent book for younger readers except for the fact that it has some massacres and some outrages that a young reader might find depressing. For modelers, gamers, or military enthusiasts, the book is perfect. It helps the reader understand the vast political and cultural attacks that led to the liberation of Latin America. The novel is helpful for learners of South America to pursue contemporary politics as they can use it as reference material. The author has crafted a comprehensive book about the struggle for Latin American independence with the remarkable anomaly of Central America south of Mexico and the Caribbean. Harvey ensures he uses facts in the novel to avoid misleading the readers.

He does an excellent job putting his stamp on the swirling events across a vast area. Liberators is an informative and interesting book that will keep readers engaged and entertained to the last page.

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