Wildtrack

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Penguin Books Limited, 1988 - Fiction - 352 pages
10 Reviews
In muddy waters, even heroes drown Trouble at sea for an ex-war hero ... His father in prison for fraud, his ex-wife bleeding him dry and his spine shattered by a bullet, Falklands war hero Nick Sandman, VC, has no money and no prospects. Only his boat – Sycorax –and his dream of sailing her away from his troubles is keeping him alive. But Sycorax is as crippled as Nick. To rebuild his wrecked and stranded dream, Nick is forced into a devil’s bargain with egomaniacal TV star Tony Bannister. Bannister is the owner of Wildtrack, an ocean racer, and he wants Nick to be part of the crew that will sail the ship to victory. Bannister, though, has made some powerful enemies who are out for revenge, leaving Nick caught in the middle. Can he keep Wildtrack and his dreams of escape aboard Sycorax afloat? Wildtrack is a gripping thriller from the international bestselling author of the Sharpe novels.

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Review: Wildtrack (Thrillers #1)

User Review  - Steve Lamb - Goodreads

I am a huge Cornwell fan. He is undoubtably my favorite living writer. This book is a bit of a departure for me form the historical fiction that I love so much, but it definitely caught me up and had ... Read full review

Review: Wildtrack (Thrillers #1)

User Review  - Bob Harris - Goodreads

What an exciting and wild ride in high seas. If you know anything about sailing the exquisite detail of sailing boats could be boring. But the yarn is thrilling. Read full review

About the author (1988)

Before becoming a full-time writer Bernard Cornwell worked as a television producer in London and Belfast. He now lives in Massachusetts with his American wife. He is the author of the hugely successful Sharpe series of historical novels.

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