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Series: Geoffrey Frost Saga

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The Private Revolution of Geoffrey Frost: Being an Account of the Life and Times of Geoffrey Frost, Mariner, of Portsmou by J. E. FenderBook 1
Audacity, Privateer Out of Portsmouth: Continuing the Account of the Life and Times of Geoffrey Frost, Mariner, of Ports by J. E. FenderBook 2
On the Spur of Speed: Continuing the Account of the Life and Times of Geoffrey Frost, Mariner, of Portsmouth, in New Ham by J. E. FenderBook 4
The Lucifer Cypher (Geoffrey Frost Saga Book 5) by J. E. FenderBook 5

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Recommendations

  1. Our Lives, Our Fortunes: Continuing the Account of the Life and Times of Geoffrey Frost, Mariner, of Portsmouth, in New by J. E. Fender (2004)
  2. A Fine Boy for Killing by Jan Needle (1979)
  3. On a Making Tide by David Donachie (2000)
  4. The Fox and the Fortune by Dan Parkinson (1992)
  5. The Devil's Own Luck by David Donachie (1991)
  6. No Quarter by Broos Campbell (2006)
  7. By Force of Arms by James L. Nelson (1996)
  8. Captain Kilburnie by William P. Mack (1999)
  9. The Guernseyman by C. Northcote Parkinson (1982)
  10. The Baltic Gambit (Alan Lewrie Naval Adventures 15) by Dewey Lambdin (2009)
  11. Sails on the Horizon: A Novel of the Napoleonic Wars by Jay Worrall (2005)
  12. Killigrew RN by Jonathan Lunn (2000)
  13. Under False Colours by Richard Woodman (1991)
  14. Killigrew's Run by Jonathan Lunn (2004)
  15. Halfhyde at the Bight of Benin by Philip McCutchan (1976)

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