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"It's not my fight," said Ethan Grey. It didn't matter. Mexico was at war, and he was in it. He'd wanted a cruise in warm waters, a chance to forget the war he'd just fought, the War Between the States. But the ship he chose so casually had another mission, and like it or not Ethan Grey was on board. The storms at sea, the battles with enemy ships, the long trip overland through hostile territory, the flight from French mercenaries; it became his war, too. But this time, at least it was simpler. It was just a fight for his friends. And for Maria. The Voyage of the Parzival is based on an earlier book by Terry Mort titled, Shipment to Mexico. "Mort makes a fascinating read out of every subject he takes up."- The Associated Press "Terry Mort is an author extraordinaire." - Ann LaFarge - The Hudson Valley News
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About the Author
Terry Mort is the author of the Voyage of the Parzival, a highly regarded novel set in the Mexican-French resistance movement following the U.S. Civil War, as well as the award winning Hemingway Patrols. In addition to his novels, he has done a book on his favorite hobby, fly fishing, and has edited works by Mark Twain, Jack London and Zane Grey. He did his undergraduate work in English literature at Princeton University and graduate work at the University of Michigan. After grad school he served as an officer in the Navy where he specialized in navigation and gunnery. His tour of active duty included a lengthy deployment to Vietnam. He has traveled extensively and spent time in more than thirty-five countries. He lives in Sonoita, Arizona and Durango, Colorado with his wife, Sondra Hadley.