Killer of Men

Killer of Men by Christian Cameron

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The Long War series is Cameron`s second historical series, also published by Orion in the UK. Cameron intends to write a series that covers the whole of the Persian Wars from a first-person point of view, while deliberately playing with some of the reader`s perceptions of both history and the way that `adventure` or `boy`s own` genre fiction is written. The first book, Killer of Men, named after Achilles, the man-killer of the Iliad, is due out in August 2010.

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Christian Gordon Cameron (English Christian Gordon Cameron ) Literary pseudonym - Miles Cameron (for fantasy books) Canadian novelist. Christian Cameron was born on 08/16/1962 in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), grew up in Rochester (New York) and Iowa City (Iowa), as well as Rockport (Massachusetts). He attended McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester, New York, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Medieval History from the University of Rochester. Was a career officer in the United States Navy. His most famous work is the ongoing series of historical novels, Tyrant, which had sold over 100,000 books by 2009. *** After University, Cameron joined the United States Navy as an ensign, serving in VS 31 as an air intelligence officer and gaining his air observer wings before going to spend the rest of his military career as a humint officer, first with NCIS and later with DHS in Washington, DC. Cameron left the US military in 2000 as a lieutenant commander. While still serving in t...

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Christian Gordon Cameron (English Christian Gordon Cameron ) Literary pseudonym - Miles Cameron (for fantasy books) Canadian novelist. Christian Cameron was born on 08/16/1962 in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), grew up in Rochester (New York) and Iowa City (Iowa), as well as Rockport (Massachusetts). He attended McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester, New York, and received a Bachelor of Arts in Medieval History from the University of Rochester. Was a career officer in the United States Navy. His most famous work is the ongoing series of historical novels, Tyrant, which had sold over 100,000 books by 2009. *** After University, Cameron joined the United States Navy as an ensign, serving in VS 31 as an air intelligence officer and gaining his air observer wings before going to spend the rest of his military career as a humint officer, first with NCIS and later with DHS in Washington, DC. Cameron left the US military in 2000 as a lieutenant commander. While still serving in the Navy, Cameron proposed his first novel with his father (Kenneth Cameron, American novelist and playwright) to HarperCollins UK, which was published in 1996 as Night Trap in the UK and Rules of Engagement in the United States. In 2002, Cameron wrote his first solo novel, Washington and Caesar, published by HarperCollins in the UK and Random House in the US. Also in 2002, Cameron moved to Canada and married his wife, Sarah. They have one child, Beatrice. The Tyrant series was born in the classrooms of the Classics Department of the University of Toronto, where Cameron decided to write a series of historical novels in 2003. From 2003 to the present, Cameron has written three Tyrant novels: Tyrant (2008), [ 2] Storm of Arrows (2009) and Funeral Games (2010). Three more Tyrant novels are in the works: King of the Bosporus (2011), Besieger of Cities (2012) and Force of Kings (2013). The Tyrant series is set in the time of Alexander the Great and concerns the history of the Euxine area and the inter-relations between the Greeks and Scythians