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Es preying on hapless merchant ships Second to PDFEPUBAdam Bolitho Admiral Richard Bolitho's nephew. More of the same A lot of reviewing of past history Funny how many women are conveniently eliminated by means of horse accidents or carriage accidents Also funny how many lonely sea captains become sexually involved with married womenother than that the sea actions actually form only a small part of the book

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Second to None

In the days immediately following Waterloo the British fleet confronts a new threat Algerian pirat. The first of 5 books staring Adam Bolitho after the death of his uncle Sir Richard Same type of sea action in and around Malta as they fight the pirates from North Africa A new romance may have begun the same behavior that Sir Richard had Once again I love this series and this author

Alexander Kent à 6 review

And heir finds himself in command of Unrivalled a new kind of frigate sleek fast and heavily armed. not as good as the previous books


10 thoughts on “Second to None

  1. says:

    The first of 5 books staring Adam Bolitho after the death of his uncle Sir Richard Same type of sea action in and around Malta as they fight the pirates from North Africa A new romance may have begun; the same behavior that Sir Richard had Once again I love this series and this author

  2. says:

    On the eve of Waterloo Captain Bolitho finds pirates and sails the seas His greatest enemies are fellow officers

  3. says:

    Any book that has nearly 50 pages of back story is part of a series that has gone on for too long Also parallel plots that lead nowhere and have nothing to do with the primary action are a waste of paper and time

  4. says:

    Alexander Kent is a writer of naval fiction and his books do not disappoint I have read a few of them He is authentic blends his characters in such a clever way and also his stories have pathos I have enjoyed his books very much

  5. says:

    Saw the name Alexander Kent and bought the book at an used book store Having read earlier Richard Bolitho books and expected this to be one not realizing that Richard was dead and this was about Adam his nephew There too much about women and trysts I was looking forward to action at sea Somewhat disappointed

  6. says:

    More of the same A lot of reviewing of past history Funny how many women are conveniently eliminated by means of horse accidents or carriage accidents Also funny how many lonely sea captains become sexually involved with married womenother than that the sea actions actually form only a small part of the book

  7. says:

    Douglas Reeman aka Alexander Kent has written many great naval yarns This is one of the bestHighly Recommended but

  8. says:

    New seriesMuch enjoyed and look forward to the next series of the family It is good to see keeping up with Allday and UnisPeter

  9. says:

    not as good as the previous books

  10. says:

    Too much romance The people who had been in Sir Richard's past are told off and one knows what had become of them The knowledge of their completed history brings down the final curtain on Bolitho's we happy few

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