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Conflict by E.V. Timms

Conflict by E.V. Timms

Edward Vivian Timms (1895–1960), better known as E. V. Timms, was an Australian novelist and screenwriter. He was injured serving in the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I and was an unsuccessful soldier settler before turning to writing. He became a popular novelist, and also wrote scripts for films and radio. He served as an officer during World War II and was on duty the night of the Cowra breakout.
This historical novel connects the rise of notoriety of a humble fisherman as a ruthless and powerful corsair of the Mediterranean and the undercover activities of a mysterious Englishman in the Court of Louis XIV of France. Romance and high adventure are combined with an authentic period setting by a master storyteller to provide exciting reading.

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