The Lion of Macedonia by John McLeod

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Alexander the Great is a household name, yet the majority of people know little more than the odd anecdote about him. The Lion of Macedonia addresses the least known part of his life, his childhood and adolescence. By combining the few known facts and legends with detailed research into daily life in the ancient world, the author portrays a believably fictional account of Alexander’s upbringing. It could have happened this way.
 

About John McLeod

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John McLeod was born in Portsmouth, England, in 1958. The son of a naval officer, his childhood included several years living in Malta and Singapore. He attended the Royal Hospital School, a historic naval academy, before establishing a career in information technology. He currently lives in Rhode Island, USA. His interest in writing and history started at a very young age, culminating in this, the second in a series of historical novels chronicling the life of Alexander the Great.
 
Published June 10, 2005 by Xlibris. 356 pages
Genres: History, Travel. Non-fiction

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