Stars and Stripes in Peril

Stars and Stripes in Peril

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Random House, Inc.
"HARRY HARRISON IS ONE OF SCIENCE FICTION’S MOST PROLIFIC AND ACCOMPLISHED CRAFTSMEN."
—The New York Times Book Review

In the midst of Civil War, a stunned North and South join forces to combat a sudden attack of British troops. Though the Americans are victorious, three years later a new threat emerges. Her Majesty’s Army is massing for a possible attack through Texas. Into the gauntlet Lincoln sends his chosen angel of death, General Ulysses S. Grant—while his top soldiers, including Robert E. Lee and William Tecumseh Sherman, plan the most daring naval invasion ever launched: an assault on British soil itself.

Stars and Stripes in Peril is the new masterwork from one of the world’s most provocative authors. Venturing beyond a fascinating question of what if? Harry Harrison brilliantly examines the people and passions that make up nations both great and small—and shows how technology and politics had the power to shape history’s first great World War . . . half a century before it began . . .

"Lovers of novels of alternate history hold Harry Harrison in high regard and his latest book can only enhance that esteem."
—Abilene Reporter News

Baker & Taylor
In an alternative American history set in post-Civil War America, the sequel to Stars & Stripes Forever, the North and South are forced into an uneasy alliance as they join forces to combat a new threat--the British. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Pub. Group, 2001, ©2000
Edition: 1st American mass market ed
ISBN: 9780345409362
0345409361
Characteristics: x, 342 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Alternative Title: Stars & stripes in peril

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