BURKE AT WATERLOO
Burke is sent to Paris where Bonapartists are plotting the assassination of the Duke of Wellington. (For some reason, the history books tend to neglect this, but they really were.) Having foiled their dastardly plans (spoiler: the Duke of Wellington survives), Burke pursues their leader to Brussels where people are far too busy celebrating the peace to think that Napoleon is still a threat to Europe.
Then the Corsican Tyrant flees Elba and everything changes.
As Wellington arrives in Brussels and Europe prepares once again for war, Burke is at the centre of affairs. And his own mission and the fight against Napoleon both come to a bloody climax on the field of Waterloo.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT BURKE AT WATERLOO
“This really is historical fiction as it should be written.”Paul Collard