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‘In Stockwin’s hands the sea story will continue to entrance readers across the world’ – Guardian

Captain Sir Thomas Kydd’s part in Britain’s doomed occupation of Buenos Aires has put him on the wrong side of some powerful men at the Admiralty. He is given a poisoned commission that some hope will destroy his career: a recently mutinied ship.

But enemies aboard and on the high seas are just the start of the problem. Soon he will have to take his untested and untrustworthy crew into the Baltic where they will get entangled with Napoleon’s invasion of Prussia. With the stakes desperate, the task seemingly impossible and the French implacable, Kydd could return home once more a hero – or find himself facing a court martial.

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What readers are saying about TYGER

‘A delightful seafaring story’ – 5 stars

‘TYGER is ablaze with brilliant, inventive and authentic storytelling . . . Stockwin’s best’ – 5 stars

‘My favourite of the series’ – 5 stars

‘Julian Stockwin – long may you continue writing!’ – 5 stars

‘Another top-notch story’ – 5 stars

Reviews

Fans of fast-paced adventure will get their fill with this book.
Historical Naval Society on <i>The Admiral's Daughter</i>
Stockwin's writing is enriched by his own experiences in the Royal Navy, whcih gives scenes of fighting and tempest an authenticity to delight anyone who shares his passion for the sea.
Daily Telegraph
Paints a vivid picture of life aborad the mighty ship-of-the-line
Daily Express
'More historically accurate than the Patrick O'Brian series'
Royal Navy Sailing Association journal on the KYDD series
'This heady adventure blends fact and fiction in rich, authoritative detail.'
<i>Nautical Magazine</i> on VICTORY