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Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

The Money Ship

Money ships were wrecks of treasure-galleons belched up from the bottom of the sea after tremendous storms, yielding doubloons and all kinds of precious treasure ... gold bars and bullio...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

The Money Ship (K/PB)

Joan Druett has just released, The Money Ship. It is available worldwide  in paperback and for kindle download. Money ships were wrecks of treasure-galleons belched up from the bottom of the...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

The Aftermath of Devastation (K)

Alan Lawrence has just released the next book in his series 'The Continuing Voyages of HMS Surprise'. The Aftermath of Devastation is now available worldwide for Kindle download. After two y...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

The Aftermath of Devastation

After two years of bloody fighting and heavy losses, after enduring the hurricane of 1824, HMS SURPRISE struggles to make Falmouth port in a dreadful state, very severely damaged and sin...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

On a Particular Service

John Pearce is going home. But he has to avoid capture by an Algerine warship, having his Pelicans pressed into a British frigate and that's before they are at risk of being hanged for d...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

A Fine Retribution (HC)

The latest Alan Lewrie novel by Dewey Lambdin titled A Fine Retribution, is now available for pre-order in hardcover worldwide. It will be released on 30 May 2017. Summer, 1809, and Captain ...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 4M ago

USS Lawrence vs HMS Detroit: The War of 1812 on the Great Lakes (PB)

Author Mark Lardas has a new book USS Lawrence vs HMS Detroit: The War of 1812 on the Great Lakes which is now available for pre-order in paperback. It will be released in the UK on 18 May 2...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 5M ago

Condor: Flying in Drake's Wake

Condor is a young man who is in love with the sea, but his twin brother, Hugh, does not share his passion. Thirst for adventure puts the two young men on a ship with Francis Drake. Drake...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 5M ago

The Dutchman

As the water closes in over my head, I hear my father's words. 'Respect the sea. Never pretend to know her secrets.' I'm a sailor, a swimmer. My legs ought to be reacting, kicking, tryin...
Historic Naval Fiction Blog · 5M ago

The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

1692. The Atlantis, captained by veteran seaman Benjamin Archer, flies the colours of an English merchantman on the high seas between the English Channel and the Caribbean. But she also ...