Badge of Glory

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McBooks Press, 2002 - Fiction - 382 pages
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Travel through Britain's military history with a proud seafaring family, the Blackwoods, and the service tradition in which they make their careers--the Royal Marines. Captain Philip Blackwood of the Royal Marines rejoins his ship, the H.M.S. Audacious, in the summer of 1850. Sent out to Africa to eliminate the last strongholds of slavery, then on to the Crimean War.
 

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A disappointing read from the author of an excellent British naval Napoleonic War series. Writing under his own name for The Blackwood Family series, Reeman's first novel explores the life of Royal ... Read full review

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Reeman, who also wrote under the name of Alexander Kent, here presents a tale of the soldiering part of the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines. The characters in Badge of Glory are somewhat standard, with ... Read full review

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Douglas Edward Reeman, who also writes under the name Alexander Kent, joined the British Navy at 16, serving on destroyers and small craft during World War II, eventually rising to the rank of lieutenant. He has taught navigation to yachtsmen and has served as a script adviser for television and films. As Alexander Kent, Reeman is the author of the best-selling Richard Bolitho Novels. His books have been translated into nearly two dozen languages.

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