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Passage to Mutiny by Alexander Kent
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Passage to Mutiny (1976)

by Alexander Kent

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Perhaps the most moving of all the Richard Bolitho books I've read. ( )
  SteveKSmy | Apr 16, 2013 |
This is one of the two best this far into the series. I enjoyed the slightly darker tone. ( )
  Segapup | Nov 29, 2009 |
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October 1789, and war clouds thunder over Europe when Richard Bolitho steers the Tempest into the perilous waters of the Great South Sea. To protect vulnerable English shipping lanes from her seagoing enemies, he must face the hazards of fickle winds, pirates, and savage islanders.

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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.… (more)

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