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This trio, published in 1972, 1973, and 1968, respectively, offer more of the briny adventures of Richard Bolitho as he sails the seas during the late 18th century. LJ's reviewers found Sloop to be a "rousing novel" (LJ 12/1/72), while Kent himself was praised as the "worthy successor to C.S. Forester" (LJ 7/68). For all collections that like their adventure stories served with a pinch of salt.
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“One of our foremost writers of naval fiction.”
–Sunday Times --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
This tale is filled with crashing cannon fire, foaming waves, shattered hulls, storms at sea, great characters and dialog. Another book to join the others in this series, classics.Published on Feb. 20 2000 by Ironmike
Richard Bolitho is saved from peacetime idleness in the period between the end of the American War of Independence and the start of the French Revolutionary War by being assigned a... Read morePublished on Aug. 18 1999 by Donal A. O'Neill