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On His Majesty's National Service was the sixth novel in the sixth series of Lethbridge-Stewart, released under the banner of The Laughing Gnome, by Candy Jar Books in 2019.

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As a young man Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart never wanted to follow in his illustrious family military history, he just wanted to be a maths teacher. But then the Korean War broke out and he was called up for National Service. He soon met Spencer Pemberton – and his life was changed forever!

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Original cover.

  • Due to "unforseen circumstances," David A. McIntee and Lynette Nusbacher, the original writers of this novel, were replaced by John Peel.[1]

Continuity[edit | edit source]

  • Brian Hooper first appears in PROSE: Mutually Assured Domination, set in 1969. On His Majesty's National Service shows the circumstances of his meeting with Lethbridge-Stewart.
  • Frank Campbell first appears in PROSE: All the King's Men, set in 1969, and is the cousin of Fiona Campbell, Lethbridge-Stewart's future wife. On His Majesty's National Service shows the circumstances of his meeting with Lethbridge-Stewart.
  • The events depicted in this book were referenced in PROSE: Night of the Intelligence.

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