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Success to the Brave

by Alexander Kent

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A naval adventure featuring Richard Bolitho, who is summoned to the Admiralty in order to receive his commission for a difficult and thankless task in the Caribbean.
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Richard Bolitho stand am offenen Fenster und starrte hinaus in den Hof, hinter dessen Mauer das Meer blinkte.
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Spring 1802, and the Peace Treaty of Amiens, signed only a few weeks earlier, is already showing signs of collapse. Britain and France wrangle over the return of colonial possessions won and lost during their long, bloody war and in the little 64-gun Achates, Vice-Admiral Richard Bolitho sails for America and the Caribbean.

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Spring 1802. Richard Bolitho is summoned to the Admiralty to receive his orders for a difficult and thankless mission. The recent Peace of Amiens is already showing sighns of strain as old enemies wrangle over colonies won and lost during the war. In the little sixty-four-gun Achates, Bolitho sails west for the Caribbean, to hand over the island of San Felipe to the French. But diplomacy is not enough.… (more)

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