|Master and Commander by Patrick O'Brian||1|
|Post Captain by Patrick O'Brian||2|
|H.M.S. Surprise by Patrick O'Brian||3|
|The Mauritius Command by Patrick O'Brian||4|
|Desolation Island by Patrick O'Brian||5|
|The Fortune of War by Patrick O'Brian||6|
|The Surgeon's Mate by Patrick O'Brian||7|
|The Ionian Mission by Patrick O'Brian||8|
|Treason's Harbour by Patrick O'Brian||9|
|The Far Side of the World by Patrick O'Brian||10|
|The Reverse of the Medal by Patrick O'Brian||11|
|The Letter of Marque by Patrick O'Brian||12|
|The Thirteen-Gun Salute by Patrick O'Brian||13|
|The Nutmeg of Consolation by Patrick O'Brian||14|
|Clarissa Oakes by Patrick O'Brian||15|
|The Wine-Dark Sea by Patrick O'Brian||16|
|The Commodore by Patrick O'Brian||17|
|The Yellow Admiral by Patrick O'Brian||18|
|The Hundred Days by Patrick O'Brian||19|
|Blue at the Mizzen by Patrick O'Brian||20|
|The Final Unfinished Voyage of Jack Aubrey by Patrick O'Brian||21|
|Set of 4 Aubrey/Maturin Novels: Blue at the Mizzen, The Hundred Days, The Yellow Admiral, and the Commodore by Patrick O'Brian||17-20|
|The Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels, Volume 1, Books 1-4 by Patrick O'Brian||1-4|
|The Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels, Volume 2, Books 5-8 by Patrick O'Brian||5-8|
|The Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels, Volume 3, Books 9-12 by Patrick O'Brian||9-12|
|The Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels, Volume 4, Books 13-16 by Patrick O'Brian||13-16|
|The Complete Aubrey/Maturin Novels, Volume 5, Books 17-21 by Patrick O'Brian||17-21|
|The complete Aubrey/Maturin novels by Patrick O'Brian||omnibus edition|
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A series of historical novels set during the Napoleonic wars and featuring Capt. Jack Aubrey of the Royal Navy and ship's surgeon Stephen Maturin. Many (perhaps most) of the naval actions are based upon real events, adapted to the fictional storyline of Aubrey-Maturin.
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