OUT NOW: The Lambs by Peter James Cottrell

The Lambs by Peter James CottrellPeter Cottrell grew up in South Wales.  He joined the Territorial Army whilst still in the sixth form and after qualifying as a teacher, was commissioned into the Royal Navy in 1988. He later transferred into the army’s Educational and Training Services Branch, specializing in teaching military history and international relations. He retired in 2008 to teach English, history and classics and to pursue a career in writing. His first novel, England’s Janissary, was also published by Robert Hale.

The Lambs by Peter James Cottrell

Ginchy, autumn 1916

The 9th Battalion, The Royal Dublin Fusiliers, known rather ominously as ‘The Lambs’, go over the top.  In 1914, Kevin Flynn had hardly given the war a thought; everyone said it would be over by Christmas: the problem was no one said which year.  Instead, desperate to impress a girl called Mary, Flynn and his friends, like thousands of fellow Irishmen eager not to miss the adventure of a lifetime, and keen to help set their country free, begin a journey that leads inexorably to the shattered ruins of Ginchy and suffering beyond imagination.

Confronted by the vagaries of army life, the harsh realities of war and rising hostility at home, Flynn finds his courage, loyalty and love tested to the limit making him question whether it was worth becoming a lamb to the slaughter.

Praise for the Author

‘Historically accurate and exciting…I look forward to reading more by this author’ – Historical Novel Review

The Lambs by Peter James Cottrell is available to buy now with a limited time only discount of 30%

The Lambs by Peter James Cottrell

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