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Raging Seas: Nathaniel Drinkwater Omnibus 2: The Bomb Vessel, The Corvette, 1805

Richard Woodman

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Nathaniel Drinkwater Omn, Fiction, War & combat fiction

Comprising THE BOMB VESSEL, THE CORVETTE and 1805, this omnibus edition contains the fourth, fifth and sixth novels in the acclaimed Nathaniel Drinkwater naval adventure series and is perfect for fans of Patrick O'Brian and C.S. Forester.

It is 1801, and Napoleon is reaching supreme power in France and has allied himself with Tsar Paul of Russia. Drinkwater is in command of an old bomb ship, the Virago, which joins battle off the Danish coast. Amid gales and ice, Drinkwater strives to save his ship and his brother.

The frozen splendour of the Arctic Ocean and the absorbing drama of a nineteenth-century whale hunt unfold in The Corvette, in which Drinkwater finds himself battling with the enemy, the elements and fiercely independent whalemasters in a three-handed struggle for mastery of icy Arctic waters.

Drinkwater is sent to patrol the Channel coast, helping the Royal Navy maintain a heroic blockade of the enemy's post, but soon his ship the Antigone is needed elsewhere as everything now hinges on the confrontation that Nelson has forced off Cape Trafalgar.

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Praise for Raging Seas: Nathaniel Drinkwater Omnibus 2: The Bomb Vessel, The Corvette, 1805

  • This author has quietly stolen the weather-gauge from most of his rivals in the Hornblower stakes - Observer

  • Packed with exciting incident, worthy of wide appeal to those who love thrilling nautical encounters and the sea - Nautical magazine

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Richard Woodman

Richard Woodman is well-known for his Nathaniel Drinkwater series of historical naval novels, a dozen other sea-stories, histories of the development of ships and works on sea-power during the Napoleonic Wars. He has also produced two widely acclaimed studies of convoys operations during the Second World War, Malta Convoys and Arctic Convoys.

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