Based on Allan Mallinson's highly-praised series in The Times that chronicled the progress of the First World War month by month, Fight to the Finish is a unique and definitive single-volume portrait of 'The War to end War'.
Marking Allan Mallinson's eagerly-awaited return to fiction, in the thirteenth thrilling adventure featuring Matthew Hervey of the 6th Light Dragoons, Hervey and his regiment are dispatched to India in order to suppress a bloody uprising...
Published as the world marks the centenary of one of the most infamous battles of the First World War, the Somme, this powerfully-argued and polemical new history of the war by one of Britain's most respected military historians explores how the war was fought, how near we came to losing it - and why winning proved so costly and why the Allied generals and politicians failed to find a less bloody strategy for victory.
Lieutenant-Colonel Matthew Hervey returns to take command of the 6th Light Dragoons in his 12th enthralling adventure.
Now in paperback, this fascinating and revelatory new history of the origins of the First World War, of those first few crucial weeks of fighting, and of how Britain and its army fared has won the 2014 British Army Military Book of the Year.
1829: In the Eastern Balkans, Matthew Hervey of the 6th Light Dragoons is at war with the Turks.
The definitive story of the British Army from a former soldier and commander, now one of the UK's bestselling historical novelists.
In South Africa, Matthew Hervey clashes with the Warrior King of the Zulu.
War at sea: Matthew Hervey is set to re-join his regiment in England, while his close friend Captain Peto is at sea preparing his mighty line-of-battle ship for war with the Turks.
On the plains of South Africa, Matthew Hervey and the Light Dragoons confront the savage Zulus.
The seventh novel in Allan Mallinson’s acclaimed and bestselling series finds Hervey alone and a prisoner in the fortress of Badajos on the Spanish border.
Matthew Hervey is pursued by the French across the Spanish Peninsula.
Matthew Hervey lays siege to the grim fortress of Bhurtpore
Matthew Hervey is recalled to take up arms against Burmese rebels massing on the frontier with India in the fourth instalment of his adventures with the Light Dragoons.
The third volume in the continuing adventures of Matthew Hervey
Sent on a secret mission to India, Matthew Hervey soon finds himself fighting to prevent bloody civil war
An heroic tale from the final days of the Napoleonic Wars that introduces an unforgettable new fictional hero.