The commodore

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Jack Aubrey's long service is at last rewarded, as he is promoted to the rank of Commodore and given a squadron of ships to command. His mission is twofold - to make a large dent in the African slave trade, and to intercept a French fleet.

Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey-Maturin tales are widely hailed as the greatest series of historical novels ever written. All eighteen books are to be re-issued in hardback by HarperCollins with stunning new jackets. Jack Aubrey's long service is at last rewarded: he is promoted to the rank of Commodore and given a squadron of ships to command. His mission is twofold -- to make a large dent in the slave trade off the coast of Africa and, on his return, to intercept a French fleet set for Bantry Bay with a cargo of weapons for the disaffected among the Irish. Invention and surprise follow at every turn in this tale of nineteenth-century seamanship, as rich, as compelling, as masterly as any of its predecessors.

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Author(s):
O'Brian, Patrick, 1914-
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002555506
Publisher:
HarperCollins

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Jack Aubrey's long service is at last rewarded, as he is promoted to the rank of Commodore and given a squadron of ships to command. His mission is twofold - to make a large dent in the African slave trade, and to intercept a French fleet.

Patrick O'Brian's Aubrey-Maturin tales are widely hailed as the greatest series of historical novels ever written. All eighteen books are to be re-issued in hardback by HarperCollins with stunning new jackets. Jack Aubrey's long service is at last rewarded: he is promoted to the rank of Commodore and given a squadron of ships to command. His mission is twofold -- to make a large dent in the slave trade off the coast of Africa and, on his return, to intercept a French fleet set for Bantry Bay with a cargo of weapons for the disaffected among the Irish. Invention and surprise follow at every turn in this tale of nineteenth-century seamanship, as rich, as compelling, as masterly as any of its predecessors.

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
O'Brian, Patrick, 1914-
Condition:
Very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0002555506
Publisher:
HarperCollins

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