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Honour This Day

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Informationen zum Autor Alexander Kent is the author of twenty-eight acclaimed books featuring Richard Bolitho. Under his own name... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

Informationen zum Autor Alexander Kent is the author of twenty-eight acclaimed books featuring Richard Bolitho. Under his own name! Douglas Reeman! and in the course of a career spanning forty-five years! he has written over thirty novels and two non-fiction books. Klappentext He has written dozens of naval books under his own name and the pseudonym Alexander Kent, including the famous Richard Bolitho books set during the Napoleonic Wars. Zusammenfassung September 1804. England stands alone. Napoleon is at the peak of his powers. The combined fleets of France and Spain are threatening invasion. Vice-Admiral Richard Bolitho has his own troubles to settle at home too. But his time on land is broken by an urgent summons from the King. Once more Bolitho hoists his flag above the veteran seventy-four-gun ship Hyperion and sets sail. This time with a new squadron headed for the Caribbean. Ordered to plan and effect a daring raid on the Spanish Main, Bolitho spares himself nothing from Britain to Antigua, where he rediscovers a passion which defies every convention and threatens his reputation. And the future of the Hyperion is at risk too; set to clear the path to victory, there is a constant fear that this may be her final battle. ______________________________ A classic tale of naval warfare from Douglas Reeman, the all-time bestselling master of naval fiction, who served with the Royal Navy on convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written dozens of naval books under his own name and the pseudonym Alexander Kent, including the famous Richard Bolitho books set during the Napoleonic Wars.

Vorwort
Exciting Bolitho adventure beautifully repackaged

Autorentext
Alexander Kent is the author of twenty-eight acclaimed books featuring Richard Bolitho. Under his own name, Douglas Reeman, and in the course of a career spanning forty-five years, he has written over thirty novels and two non-fiction books.

Klappentext

He has written dozens of naval books under his own name and the pseudonym Alexander Kent, including the famous Richard Bolitho books set during the Napoleonic Wars.



Zusammenfassung

September 1804. England stands alone.

Napoleon is at the peak of his powers. The combined fleets of France and Spain are threatening invasion. Vice-Admiral Richard Bolitho has his own troubles to settle at home too. But his time on land is broken by an urgent summons from the King.

Once more Bolitho hoists his flag above the veteran seventy-four-gun ship Hyperion and sets sail. This time with a new squadron headed for the Caribbean. Ordered to plan and effect a daring raid on the Spanish Main, Bolitho spares himself nothing from Britain to Antigua, where he rediscovers a passion which defies every convention and threatens his reputation. And the future of the Hyperion is at risk too; set to clear the path to victory, there is a constant fear that this may be her final battle.
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A classic tale of naval warfare from Douglas Reeman, the all-time bestselling master of naval fiction, who served with the Royal Navy on convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written dozens of naval books under his own name and the pseudonym Alexander Kent, including the famous Richard Bolitho books set during the Napoleonic Wars.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Honour This Day
Untertitel: (Richard Bolitho: Book 19)
Autor:
EAN: 9780099497721
ISBN: 0099497727
Format: Poche format B
Hersteller: Arrow
Herausgeber: Cornerstone
Genre: Belletristik & Unterhaltung
Anzahl Seiten: 304
Gewicht: 218g
Größe: H195mm x B132mm x T21mm
Veröffentlichung: 02.11.2006
Jahr: 2006