The Wolf and the Fox The Partisan Campaigns of Major Jacob Clarke By Erick W. Nason

VERO BEACH, Fla. - June 7, 2023 - PRLog -- Captain Jacob Clarke is promoted to major in the final years of the American Revolution. Along with General Francis Marion, their story, The Wolf and the Fox, continues the quest to liberate South Carolina from the British.

Some of the bloodiest fighting in the war is about to occur, spanning from Shubrick's Plantation to the last major battle in Eutaw Springs. Beginning in 1780, this historical tale concludes on Victory Day, December 16, 1783, when the triumphant revolutionary army liberates Charleston.

This is the sixth and final book in a series about Jacob Clarke that Erick W. Nason began writing in 2016. Holding a doctorate in history, he notes, "There is not much written on the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution."

About the Author: Erick W. Nason grew up in Glens Falls in upstate New York, the heart of Rogers Rangers country, halfway between Fort Edward, Fort William Henry, Fort Ticonderoga, and other battlefields in between. He currently lives with his wife Karin in Sumter, South Carolina, near where General Sumter is buried. "I am retired Army Special Operations, served twenty years in both the Rangers and in Special Forces. I am a military historian working to preserve the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution by supporting the education program Liberty Live, Southern Campaign 1780, and Southern Battlefield Preservation Trust." A battle reenactor for over thirty years, he is also a presenter at the annual Francis Marion Symposium. The author is currently a government contractor managing search and rescue programs for U.S. Air Force Central Command and the Middle East.

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