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The first omnibus of a successful adventure series featuring Nathaniel Drinkwater. Book 3 'A Brig of War' sees Nat dashing round to the Red Sea to subvert Napoleon's suspected attack on India.
The first omnibus of a successful adventure series featuring Nathaniel Drinkwater. See all Product description. Customers who bought this item also bought. In 'The Eye of the Fleet' (first book in this volume), the hard life below decks is brought horrifically home in thefirst few pages - the impotence of the younger gentlemen in the face of overbearing bullying is brought sharply into focus, as is the rough justice of the foremast jacks - stark reality is served up in healthy measure here, with a side salad. of intrigue and a dressing of young love.
AN EYE OF THE FLEET - sees Nathaniel Drinkwater engaged in dramatic action off the coast of Spain in Admiral Rodney's famous Moonlight Battle and the capture of the Santa Teresa.
Book 1. An Eye of the Fleet. Comprising An Eye of the Fleet, A King's Cutte. ore. Shelve Distant Gunfire: The Fifth Nathaniel Drinkwater Omnibus: "Shadow of the Eagle", "Ebb Tide". Shelve The First Nathaniel Drinkwater Omnibus. Richard Woodman was born in London in 1944. He became an indentured midshipman in cargo liners at 16 and has sailed in a variety of ships, serving from apprentice to captain
The first omnibus of a successful adventure series featuring Nathaniel Drinkwater. He became an indentured midshipman in cargo liners at 16 and has sailed in a variety of ships, serving from apprentice to captain. He remains a professional sailor and in 1978 won the Marine Society's Harmer Award.
A Brig of War. The Bomb Vessel. First published in Great Britain 1982 by. John Murray (Publishers) Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Sheridan House. Woodman, Richard, 1944
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AN EYE OF THE FLEET Nathaniel Drinkwater is engaged in dramatic action off the coast of Spain in Admiral Rodney's famous. An Eye of the Fleet, A King's Cutter, A Brig of War. by Richard Woodman. series Nathaniel Drinkwater Omnibus. The Flame Bearer (The Last Kingdom Series, Book 10).
In A Brig of War, Nathaniel Drinkwater is promoted lieutenant of the brig HELLEBORE. He finds routine convoy escort duties end abruptly when Admiral Nelson, pursuing the French fleet to Egypt, sends HELLEBORE to the Red Sea with an urgent warning to the British squadron there. However, Nelson's apprehensions over French ambitions in the East are more than justified. Edouard Santhonax, Drinkwater's old enemy, is already preparing for a French descent on India.
Drinkwater was already cringing under the onslaught he instinctively felt was destined for him. As Morris's eyes raked . Drinkwater gazed over the ship which creaked below him. He saw Captain Hope as an old, remote figure in stark contrast to his first lieutenant. As Morris's eyes raked over the upturned faces they fell, one by one, to dumb regard of the pewter plates and tankards sliding about before them. None of them would encourage Morris neither would they interfere with whatever malice he had planned.
Also by Richard Woodman. Nathaniel Drinkwater Series. I am taking all Frigates about me I possibly can; for if . et the Enemy escape for want of 'the eyes of the Fleet', I should consider myself as most highly reprehensible.