A Battle Won

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Penguin, Aug 12, 2010 - Fiction - 480 pages
6 Reviews
"[A] thrilling story of nautical warfare" (Kirkus Reviews) from the author of Under Enemy Colors.

Winter 1793. Master and Commander Charles Hayden is given orders to return to the ill-fated HMS Themis as the British fight the French for control of the strategically located island of Corsica, where his captaincy and military skill are stretched to their utmost as he finds himself at the vanguard of this brutal clash of empires.
 

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User Review  - DWWilkin - LibraryThing

Our hero Charles Hayden, is reunited with the crew of the Themis, the crew and ship no one will have. That is a good thing for we like these characters. We have spent time with them and in the first ... Read full review

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User Review  - YossarianXeno - LibraryThing

A swashbuckling British naval commander, Hayden takes on the French in the early stages of what later became known as the Napoleonic Wars. He is considerate to his officers and men, brave and ... Read full review

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S. Thomas Russell is a lifelong sailor whose passion for the sea-and his love of nautical history-inspired "Under Enemy Colors,

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