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In the days immediately following Waterloo, the British fleet confronts a new threat: Algerian pirates preying on hapless merchant ships. Adam Bolitho, Admiral Richard Bolitho's nephew and heir, finds himself in command of Unrivalled, a new kind of frigate sleek, fast, and heavily armed.

In the days immediately following Waterloo, the British fleet confronts a new threat: Algerian pirates preying on hapless merchant ships. Adam Bolitho, Admiral Richard Bolitho's nephew and heir, finds himself in command of Unrivalled, a new kind of frigate sleek, fast, and heavily armed.

Filled with high-seas intrigue and sharp tensions, this nautical novel takes an intense voyage into the heart of Napoleonic-era Africa. The year is 1819 and Captain Adam Bolitho has been sent on an urgent but risky mission to make a fast passage from Plymouth to Freetown, West Africa, with secret orders for the senior officer stationed there.

Filled with high-seas intrigue and sharp tensions, this nautical novel takes an intense voyage into the heart of Napoleonic-era Africa. The year is 1819 and Captain Adam Bolitho has been sent on an urgent but risky mission to make a fast passage from Plymouth to Freetown, West Africa, with secret orders for the senior officer stationed there.

Alexander Kent (a pen name of Douglas Reeman) is writing this series Richard Bolitho and his family. Later books in the series (set after his death) are based on his nephew Adam Bolitho. We are taken through the history of "Nelson's Navy" from before the American War of Independence to the end of the Napoleonic Wars. - all-time favorite Nautical Fiction writer... seriously, if you're a fan of Patrick O'Brian, you'll love these

Alexander Kent (a pen name of Douglas Reeman) is writing this series Richard Bolitho and his family. Later books in the series (set after his death) are based on his nephew Adam Bolitho. We are taken through the history of "Nelson's Navy" from before the American War of Independence to the end of the Napoleonic Wars. - all-time favorite Nautical Fiction writer... seriously, if you're a fan of Patrick O'Brian, you'll love these

'One of our foremost writers of naval fiction' Sunday Times. 'Shipwreck, survival... a spirited battle... a splendid yarn' The Times": Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.

'One of our foremost writers of naval fiction' Sunday Times. 'Shipwreck, survival... a spirited battle... a splendid yarn' The Times": Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.

Amazon.com: Sword of Honour: Volume 23 (The Bolitho Novels) eBook: Alexander Kent: Books

Amazon.com: Sword of Honour: Volume 23 (The Bolitho Novels) eBook: Alexander Kent: Books

Second to None (The Bolitho Novels Book 24) -In the days immediately following Waterloo, the British fleet confronts a new threat: Algerian pirates preying on hapless merchant ships. Adam Bolitho, Admiral Richard Bolitho's nephew and heir, finds himself in command of Unrivalled, a new kind of frigate—sleek, fast, and heavily armed.

Second to None (The Bolitho Novels Book 24) -In the days immediately following Waterloo, the British fleet confronts a new threat: Algerian pirates preying on hapless merchant ships. Adam Bolitho, Admiral Richard Bolitho's nephew and heir, finds himself in command of Unrivalled, a new kind of frigate—sleek, fast, and heavily armed.

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