Mace tells the story of British Capt. James Henry Webster, a company commander in the 1st Regiment of Foot Guards.
Says the promotional material on Amazon: "A series of indecisive clashes will lead to a collision between the two greatest military minds of the age and the bloodiest single day of the entire century, as Wellington and Napoleon lead their armies to either immortality or oblivion. For Captain Webster, he fights for both his nation and to protect his young daughter in Brussels. Along with the rest of the Guards Division, he finds himself at the apex of the battle, where the fate of the entire world will be decided; at a place called Waterloo."
Mace got 32 percent of the vote against Assistant Senate Majority Leader Chuck Winder, R-Boise. Mace entered the race late, after Winder's controversial remarks about rape during Senate debate on a bill mandating ultrasounds before abortions. He qualified as a write-in in the May primary, but trailed the other Democrat in District 20, Caitlin Lister, who got 34 percent against Rep. Joe Palmer.
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