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Nelson, Author. It is the year , and Marlowe has been a fairly respectable Virginia tobacco If not quite up to the standard of his best naval historicals, Nelson's second nautical adventure set during the Civil War after 's Glory in the Name offers a rousing plot and seafaring detail as authentic as any in the Hornblower or At the outset, the final installment in Nelson's Revolution at Sea trilogy after The Maddest Idea seems to chart a steady course through the standard formulaic historical romance, with dashing swashbucklers, satin-skinned ingenues, crusty old sea Nelson By Force of Arms , the author of two nautical series, offers an exciting stand-alone naval warfare adventure.
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This time his hero is an officer in the battered and ill-equipped Confederate Navy during the American Civil War. Shortly after the.
The initial entry in Nelson's The Brethren of the Coast series after his Revolution at Sea trilogy is first-rate popular action writing. In Virginia, Thomas Marlowe kills a favorite son of the colony's most powerful tobacco family, the The lead characters of Nelson's The Guardship are back in this intelligent tale of high seas adventure: landowner and swashbuckling former seaman Thomas Marlowe; his wife, Elizabeth; and his friend, former tutor Francis Bickerstaff.
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Though Marlowe The Monitor-Merrimack showdown may be one of the Civil War's most overhyped chestnuts: the two ships were by no means the first ironclads, and their long awaited confrontation proved an anticlimactic draw, their cannon fire clanging harmlessly off This rousing history rescues Bunker Hill from its folkloric shroud and pre-sents it as one of the revolution's more significant and dramatic battles.
Historian and novelist Nelson Benedict Arnold's Navy calls the engagement—a struggle for The American Revolution has been well covered in fiction, but almost entirely as a land war-much as the War of has been treated virtually only as a naval war. By Force of Arms is the first book of a new series that will address the former Elizabeth Garrett, Author, James L.
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