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Bolitho Series(26); The

Midshipman Bolitho(01)
Stand Into Danger(02)
In Gallant Company(03)
Sloop Of War(04)
To Glory We Steer(05)
Command a King's Ship(06)
Passage To Mutiny(07)
With All Despatch (08)
Form Line of Battle(09)
Enemy In Sight (10)
Flag Captain(11)
Signal Close Action(12)
Inshore Squadron(13)
Tradition Of Victory(14)
Success To The Brave(15)
Colours Aloft(16)
Honour This Day(17)
Only Victor; The(18)
Beyond The Reef(19)
Darkening Sea(20)
For My Country's Freedom(21)
Cross Of St. George(22)
Sword of Honour(23)
Second to None(24)
Relentless Pursuit(25)
Relentless Pursuit (first edition)
Man of War(26)
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[B00794] Beyond The Reef by Alexander Kent,
--1992 [19] In March 1808, as Napoleon holds Portugal and threatens his old ally Spain, Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho is despatched once more to the Cape of Good Hope to establish a permanent naval force.
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[B00791] Colours Aloft by Alexander Kent,
--1986 [16] 1803. Falmouth. . . The grim reality of war at close quarters confronts Bolitho, and he will be called upon to anticipate the strategies of the French fleet. But the conflict has also taken on a personal note in the vendetta between Bolitho and the French Admiral Jobert. Sir Richard Bolitho's squadron is reconstituted, and sent to the Mediterranean, where Bolitho must contend with a political attempt to smear him and his flag captain, and a French squadron commanded by the admiral he captured in Success to the Brave.
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[B00599] Command a King's Ship by Alexander Kent,
--[6] Bolitho captains the Undine in the Indian Ocean. Richard Bolitho has cause to remember his admiral's words to him as he sets off for India: The task I am giving you would be better handled by a squadron.
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[B01239] Complete Paperback Bolitho Series(26); The by Alexander Kent,
--Includes books, 1 Midshipman Bolitho 2 Stand Into Danger 3 In Gallant Company 4 Sloop of War 5 To Glory We Steer 6 Command a King's Ship 7 Passage to Mutiny 8 With All Despatch 9 Form Line of Battle! 10 Enemy In Sight! 11 The Flag Captain 12 Signal - Close Action! 13 The Inshore Squadron 14 A Tradition of Victory 15 Success to the Brave 16 Colours Aloft! 17 Honour This Day 18 The Only Victor 19 Beyond the Reef 20 The Darkening Sea 21 For My Country's Freedom 22 Cross of St George 23 Sword of Honour 24 Second to None 25 Relentless Pursuit 26 Man of War
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[B00797] Cross Of St. George by Alexander Kent,
--1996 [22]February 1813. In the wake of the War of 1812, Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho fights fruitless skirmishes with men of the frontier off Nova Scotia to defend Crown property. As the admiral's enemies pull strings behind the scenes to bring Bolitho down, his nephew Adam rises to the grueling challenges—for himself and for his beloved uncle. Bolitho attempts to stem an American invasion of Canada, while Admiral Herrick is sent to preside over a mutiny court martial that the Admiralty intends will ruin Bolitho's reputation. That plot is foiled by Herrick's rigid integrity.
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[B00795] The Darkening Sea by Alexander Kent,
-- [20] 1809-10. Increasing tensions with the Americans give rise to fears of the United States allying with France. Bolitho is sent to the Indian Ocean to contain the harassment of British merchant shipping. Returning safely to England after the dramatic capture of Martinique, Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho finds an all too brief respite from war and politics. But the shadow of a new conflict already darkens the horizon. The old enemy, France, forges an uneasy alliance with America, threatening the safety of British trade routes.
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[B00652] Enemy In Sight by Alexander Kent,
--1970 [10] 1794-95. Still on the refitted HYPERION, Bolitho sets sail with an untrained crew for blockade duty off France's Biscay coast just as his incompetent commander Commodore Mathias Pelham-Martin, an incompetent egotist whose petty hostilities jeopardize the entire fleet, lets the French escape. The British pursue the French force to the West Indies, where the French plan is revealed: capture the Spanish Flota ship to force Spain to enter the war as French allies.
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[B00786] Flag Captain by Alexander Kent,
--1971 [11] 1797. The squadron in which Bolitho has served as flag captain for the last two years is reassigned to the Western Mediterranean, in the first British action there since the sea was abandoned in 1796. As France continues her bitter struggle for supremacy on land and sea, the Royal Navy receives a crippling blow at home: The Great Mutiny.
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[B00796] For My Country's Freedom by Alexander Kent,
--1995 [21] March, 1811. Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho is once again summoned to London. In defense of the Empire, the Admiralty must quell the unrest in America or face war with those who were once friends. The War of 1812 from Admiral Bolitho's POV. The American big frigates demolish the smaller British ships.
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[B00653] Form Line of Battle by Alexander Kent,
--1969 [9] 1793. England is once again at war. For Richard Bolitho, the renewal of hostilities with France means the chance for action after months of inactivity. Given command of the HYPERION, 74, in the Mediterranean, Bolitho is part of an expedition to capture Cozar and St. Clar. Under command of the man whom he relieved in PHALAROPE, the St. Clar effort fails along with the Toulon, leaving Bolitho to salvage the disaster.
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[B00792] Honour This Day by Alexander Kent,
--1987 [17] September 1804. As the war swells up again, Bolitho's squadron is sent first to the West Indies with the task of intercepting a Spanish quota ship and, then, in 1805 to the Mediterranean, to prevent reinforcements from reaching the Combined Fleet at Trafalgar.
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[B00487] In Gallant Company by Alexander Kent,
--(3) As the American revolution rages, Bolitho has to make a momentous decision in the heat of battle affecting lives and, maybe, nations. As a junior officer in the British Royal Navy, Bolitho is caught up in the turmoil of American Revolution sea battles. Against a growing fleet of American and French privateers, the navy must maintain its blockade of Washington's vital military supplies. Includes supplementary essay.
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[B00788] Inshore Squadron by Alexander Kent,
--1977 [13] 1800. After seven years of war against France, the scene of battle shifts abruptly from Europe to the Baltic when Britain's long-standing ally, Denmark, suddenly poses a threat. Promoted to Rear Admiral, Bolitho is sent to Denmark on a diplomatic mission, then give command of the inshore squadron supporting the British expedition in the Baltic in 1800.
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[B01176] Man of War [26] (first edition) by Alexander Kent,
--1817. . . Ghostly ships fill every harbor in Antigua, superfluous in the aftermath of war. In this uneasy peace, Adam Bolitho once more sails to the haunted waters of the Caribbean, where the quarry is a renegade foe who traffics in human life. Kent's seafaring men must rely on courage, honor, and quick thinking to survive.
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Man of War [26] by Alexander Kent,
--1817. . . Ghostly ships fill every harbor in Antigua, superfluous in the aftermath of war. In this uneasy peace, Adam Bolitho once more sails to the haunted waters of the Caribbean, where the quarry is a renegade foe who traffics in human life. Kent's seafaring men must rely on courage, honor, and quick thinking to survive.
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[B00485] Midshipman Bolitho by Alexander Kent,
--(1) The first in the famous Richard Bolitho series of naval action novels in which the young midshipman joins his first ship, HMS Gorgan, discovering how dangerous the Cornwall coast has become. Two novels in one: young Bolitho joins the Gorgon and battles pirates off the coast of Africa. At home, he helps clear the coast of smugglers.
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[B00793] Only Victor; The by Alexander Kent,
--1990 [18] 1806. 1806: A frigate carrying Sir Richard Bolitho drops anchor off the shores of Southern Africa where an expeditionary force is attempting to recapture Cape Town from the Dutch. Later, in Denmark, he fights a battle in the North Sea against a force containing the ship that sank HYPERION n HONOR THIS DAY.
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[B00650] Passage To Mutiny by Alexander Kent,
--1976 [7] 1789-91. Commanding TEMPEST, 36, Bolitho's search for the BOUNTY mutineers is interrupted as the first ripples of the French Revolution wash across the Great South Sea. TEMPEST is called to action against the pirate Tuke, who successively captures a British pay ship and a mutinying French frigate, the ARGUS.
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[B00961] Relentless Pursuit (first edition) by Alexander Kent,
--[25] Isolated in grief, Captain Adam Bolitho has no choice. Preoccupied with avenging his uncle's death but following orders, he must sail the 46-gun frigate Unrivalled to Sierra Leone to aid His Majesty's campaign against slave-runners. But confronting an ill-fitted fleet, an entrenched adversary, and the aggressive opposition of the Algerian overlord, he may be setting his crew on a course of doom.
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[B01096] Relentless Pursuit by Alexander Kent,
--[25] Isolated in grief, Captain Adam Bolitho has no choice. Preoccupied with avenging his uncle's death but following orders, he must sail the 46-gun frigate Unrivalled to Sierra Leone to aid His Majesty's campaign against slave-runners. But confronting an ill-fitted fleet, an entrenched adversary, and the aggressive opposition of the Algerian overlord, he may be setting his crew on a course of doom.
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[B00953] Second to None by Alexander Kent,
--(24) As if from a dream, Adam Bolitho awakens to his responsibilities as captain of the Unrivalled. Set on the eve of Waterloo, Second to None is Alexander Kent's latest addition to his long Bolitho chronicle and the opening of its second age. Battling pirates and slavers, Adam stands alone at the dawn of a new era in history, poised to take up the intrigue, the duty, and the bond with the sea which are his legacy.
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[B00787] Signal Close Action by Alexander Kent,
--1974 [12] 1798. Bolitho, a Commodore, is given charge of a small squadron serving as Nelson's vanguard in the Mediterranean. Captain Bolitho faces Napoleon's naval forces, who are amassing in the Mediterranean preparing to annex Egypt. Overcoming treacherous and incompetent captains, Bolitho tracks down and destroys the French siege train at Corfu, allowing Nelson to fight Battle of the Nile without fear of shore batteries.
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[B00556] Sloop Of War by Alexander Kent,
--1972 [4] 1778-81. Bolitho, promoted, takes charge of the sloop SPARROW, 20, seeing action in North American and West Indies waters fighting privateers, rebels, and the French.. The first half, set in 1778 covers Bolitho's tenure as Commander. The second half, in 1781, has Bolitho as a Captain, and climaxes at the Battle of the Chesapeake.
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[B00486] Stand Into Danger by Alexander Kent,
--(2) 1774 sees Bolitho appointed Third Lt. joining the frigate Destiny on a secret mission, facing conspiracy, treason, piracy.
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[B00790] Success To The Brave by Alexander Kent,
--1983 [15] (1802. During the Peace of Amiens, Vice Admiral Bolitho is sent on a diplomatic mission to the United States and the West Indies. Bolitho must enforce treaty provision to turn over a British colony to the French. Both the colonists and the US resist the transfer, but the French wars break out again, giving Bolitho an opportunity to again capture his French opposite.
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[B00798] Sword of Honour by Alexander Kent,
--[23] March 1814 . . . An ultimately decisive episode in the Bolitho canon, Sword of Honour sees Sir Richard return from a wearing campaign in North American waters to take up a command in Malta. Meanwhile, his nephew Adam remains behind as captain of a frigate on the American coast. As England's long war with Napoleon reaches its end, will Richard Bolitho's longing for peace_both public and personal_be fulfilled?
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[B00557] To Glory We Steer by Alexander Kent,
--[5] Now captain of the frigate Phalarope, Bolitho deals with a mutinous crew and fights in the Battle of Saintes.
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[B00789] Tradition Of Victory by Alexander Kent,
--1981 [14] July 1801. After eight years of conflict, rumors of peace between Britain and France abound but the harsh reality is war. Following actions in the Baltic, Bolitho is reassigned to the Bay of Biscay, with his squadron assigned the task of destroying the French invasion fleet. Bolitho faces a former captor in the climactic battle concluding the novel.
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[B00651] With All Despatch by Alexander Kent,
--1988 [8] 1792. Bolitho, in recovery from the fever contracted in the Great South Sea, is given a recruiting assignment in the Nore. Complicating the situation is corruption in local government and naval officals. Brutal smugglers, occupy the Channel. Bolitho's mission: to take three speedy topsail cutters and fight the raiders off the coast of Kent.
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