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The Kydd Collection 5

The Kydd Collection 5

A bundle of three Thomas Kydd novels – the story of one man’s journey from pressed man to Admiral during the Great Age of Fighting Sail.

Betrayal: Thomas Kydd 13

Cape Colony is proving a tiresome assignment for Captain Kydd’s daring commander-in-chief Commodore Popham. Rumours that South America’s Spanish colonies are in a ferment of popular unrest and of a treasure hoard of silver spur him to assemble a makeshift invasion fleet and launch a bold attack on the capital of the Viceroyalty of the River Plate, Buenos Aires.

Caribbee: Thomas Kydd 14

More than a decade ago, Thomas Kydd and Nicholas Renzi were in the Caribbean as sailors before the mast in the old Trajan. Now Kydd, a storied hero of Trafalgar, holds the glory of being post-captain of the 32-gun frigate, L’Aurore. After unremitting war a Caribbean posting seems a welcome respite. But Kydd and Renzi soon find themselves facing a familiar threat as the French imperil Britain’s vital sugar trade.

Pasha: Thomas Kydd 15

An Admiralty summons to England cuts short Thomas Kydd’s service in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Following Nelson’s death two years earlier, England is in desperate need of heroes and Kydd’s Caribbean exploits are the talk of London. Feted by the king and a grateful country, Kydd is soon on detachment in a new and dangerous sphere of interest: the Dardanelles, long coveted by the French. And when they successfully whip up such strong anti-English sentiment that the British ambassador to Constantinople has to flee to L’Aurore, a deadly stand-off ensues.

‘Paints a vivid picture of life aboard the mighty ship-of-the-line’ – Daily Express

‘In Stockwin’s hands the sea story will continue to entrance readers across the world’ – Guardian
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Adventure / War & Combat Fiction / Napoleonic War Fiction

On Sale: 12th May 2016

Price: £10.99

ISBN-13: 9781473638884