A Country of Our Own: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea

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Thorndike Press, 2003 - Fiction - 715 pages
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A country of our own: a novel of the Civil War at sea

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In maritime novelist Poyer's second volume of a planned trilogy about naval action in the Civil War (following the exciting Fire on the Waters), Lt. Ker Claiborne has reluctantly relinquished his ... Read full review

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I still like these, despite Poyer focusing on the losers and his weird punctuation. I need to Fantasticfiction him and see if there are more. Read full review

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David Poyer's twenty-four novels in print make him possibly the most popular living author of American sea fiction. Sailor, engineer, and retired naval captain, he lives on Virginia's Eastern Shore with novelist and poet Lenore Hart and their daughter

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