Band of Brothers

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William Heinemann, 2005 - Admirals - 160 pages
8 Reviews
The 26th, and final, Bolitho novel in this phenomenally successful and well-loved series.

In this, the long-awaited conclusion of Alexander Kentís midshipman trilogy, the new year of 1774 seems to offer Richard Bolitho and his friend Martyn Dancer the culmination of a dream. Both have been recommended for promotion, although they have not yet gained the coveted lieutenantís commission. But a routine passage from Plymouth to Guernsey in an untried schooner becomes, for Bolitho, a passage from midshipman to Kingís officer, tempering the promise of the future with the bitter price of maturity.

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Review: Band of Brothers (Richard Bolitho #3)

User Review  - Kevin - Goodreads

If you wanted to know what happened to Martyn Dancer, this is the book. Its a nice read and fits into the Bolitho novels. Read full review

Review: Band of Brothers (Richard Bolitho #3)

User Review  - Goodreads

If you wanted to know what happened to Martyn Dancer, this is the book. Its a nice read and fits into the Bolitho novels. Read full review

Contents

The Way Ahead
1
Not A Contest
14
A Favour for the Captain
33
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

ALEXANDER KENT is the author of twenty-eight acclaimed books featuring Richard Bolitho. Under his own name, Douglas Reeman, and in the course of a career spanning forty-five years, he has written over thirty novels and two non-fiction books.

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