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Philip McCutchan aka Duncan MacNeil


Drums Along the Khyber
The very first book in the James Ogilvie series of books. Set in the Afghan War of 1878 - 1880.
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Also published as The First Command under the name Philip McCutchan
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Lieutenant of the Line
Young Subaltern Ogilvie is on the NWF in 1895. He has to balance his love of the army with the brutality of the Raj.
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Also published as Soldier of the Queen under Philip McCutchan
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Sadhu On the Mountain Peak
Another book in the James Ogilvie series set on the North West Frontier towards the end of the nineteenth century.
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Also published as Captain at Arms under Philip McCutchan
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The Gates of Kunarja
Another book in the James Ogilvie series set on the North West Frontier towards the end of the nineteenth century.
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Also published as Honour and Empire under Philip McCutchan
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The Red Daniel
Another book in the James Ogilvie series set on the North West Frontier towards the end of the nineteenth century.
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Also published as Ogilvie at War under Philip McCutchan
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Sublaltern's Choice
A successful tribal uprising in the foothills of the Hindu Kush will cause problems for the authority of the Raj. When the 114th Queen's Own Royal Strathspeys march to Kalundabad, it is Captain James Ogilivie's task to keep an eye on things.
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Also published as Ogilvie under Fire under Philip McCutchan
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By Command of the Viceroy
Captain Ogilvie is given the task of escorting Queen Victoria's granddaughter on her way to Russia via India. But these are dangerous times in India and as they travel along, Ogilvie has to keep one eye on the lady and the other on a possible uprising.
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Also published as Ogilvie's Royal Command under Philip McCutchan
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The Mullah of Kashmir
When Her Imperial Majesty's Viceroy in India decides to travel to Peshawar to meet the boy Maharajah of Mysore, he comes to a city already disturbed by religious unrest. Captain Ogilvie, in native disguise has to track down the Kashmiri Mullah, a man who has come to make trouble.
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Also published as Ogilvie and the Mullah under Philip McCutchan
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Wolf in the Fold
A lance-duffadar of the Kohat Light Horse is to appear before the Bow Street magistrate on a trumped up charge. Captain James Olgivie sets out to learn who is behind it. He has his suspicions...
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Also published as Ogilvie and the Traitor under Philip McCutchan
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Charge of Cowardice
Ogilvie's regiment is called to action as the Raj seems to totter on the brink of disaster. Battling a horde of rebels, the young Captain must protect his men from the mad egotism of a stand-in commander - and he must also avert a sudden and catastrophic end to his own military career.
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Also published as Ogilvie's Act of Cowardice under Philip McCutchan
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The Restless Frontier
A boundary dispute in Waziristan spells trouble. Captain James Ogilvie has to escort the High Commissioner to Peshawar to mediate. However, this particular emergency takes a more personal turn when a young wife of his cousin is kidnapped by one of the warring native factions...
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Also published as Ogilvie and the Memsahib under Philip McCutchan
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Cunnigham's Revenge
Captain Ogilvie is seconded into the Political Department in troubled Peshawar where he is sent on a dangerous mission to seek out the Pathan leader who calls himself "The Star of Islam". But there are a multitude of obstacles that block his way.
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Also published as Ogilvie's Dangerous Mission under Philip McCutchan
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Train at Bundarbar
Heavy rain in Northern India sees Captain Ogilvie helping to evacuate flooded Patna. Meanwhile the floodbound Rawalpindi-Calcutta train has come under attack from the Pathans who are keen to retrieve its gold bullion. Once more, Ogilvie is sent to the rescue.
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Also published as Ogilvie and the Gold of the Raj under Philip McCutchan
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A Matter for the Regiment
Whilst Captain Ogilvie is leading his troops through London for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, there is more trouble brewing back on the North West Frontier of India. The Rajah of Drosh had rebelled and Ogilvie was going to have to return to India with a larger than usual draft of raw recruits to sort things out.
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Also published as Ogilvie and the Uprising under Philip McCutchan
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Halfhyde at the Bight of Benin
Introducing the character Lieutenant Vincent Halfhyde aboard the steamer HMS Aurora along the African Coast. He has been sent on a mission to see what the Russians are up to and to see if war is on the cards.
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Halfhyde's Island
When a volcanic island emerges in the North Pacific Ocean, Lieutenan Halfhyde is sent to check it out. He soon encounters several Russian cruisers sent to stop them from claiming the rock for England.
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Halfhyde and the Guns of Arrest
Dispatched to South Africa with a Scotland Yard detective in tow, Lieutenant Halfhyde is ordered to assist in the capture and arrest of a traitor who plans to sell blueprints for the latest British warships to the Germans.
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Halfhyde to the Narrows
On his first mission in command, Lieutenant Halfhyde's his mission is to rescue a British Merchant ship from her Russian captors.
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Halfhyde for the Queen
In Andalusia, Lieutenant Halfhyde is sent on a secret mission ashore: to aid a Queen's Messengerbeing pursued by Spanish agents. But when Halfhyde discovers a plot to kill Queen Victoria herself, the stakes are raised. Now he and the rest of his flotilla must face down the Spanish Navy and get the Messenger back to Britain with vital information.
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Halfhyde Ordered South
The old iron-clad Meridian steams south on her last journey under the British flag, on route to her new home in the Chilean Navy. Using the transfer of the ship as cover, Halfhyde and Watkiss are on a covert operation to protect British interests in South America from the Germans.
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Halfhyde and the Flag Captain
The seventh book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde on the Yangtze
The eighth book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde on Zanatu
All is not well on Zanatu: the idyllic Polynesian island is in rebellion. Halfhyde steams to investigate, braving typhoons and coral reefs along the way. It seems as if the natives swear allegiance to a mysterious god named John Frumm. Halfhyde struggles to rescue the beleaguered members of Her Majesty's Colonial Service and find the elusive Frumm before it is too late.
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Halfhyde Outward Bound
The tenth book in the Halfhyde series.
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The Halfhyde Line
The eleventh book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde and the Chain Gangs
The twelfth book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde Goes to War
Halfhyde has been called back to the colors in the Boer War to guard a consignment of naval gunnery and gold bullion being sent to help General Buller lift the siege of Ladysmith.
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Halfhyde on the Amazon
The fourteenth book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde and the Admiral
The fifteenth book in the Halfhyde series.
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Halfhyde and the Fleet Review
Merchant mariner Halfhyde's freighter has been ordered by the admiralty to attend the fleet review for Victoria's jubilee at Cowes to curb the overbearing impulses of popinjay Watkiss, Chilian admiral and possible target of an assassination plot.
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