No one ever imagined that a weak, skinny boy like Horatio Nelson would be able to survive the hardships of life at sea. But he did. In fact he grew up to become a great naval hero, the man who saved Britain from invasion by the dreaded Napoleon. This is his story
Sam Llewellyn was born in the Isles of Scilly. He now lives in Herefordshire with his wife and two sons. One of Britain's most acclaimed thriller writers, his novels have been translated into twelve languages. His journalism appears in the Daily Telegraph and the yachting magazines of Britain and America.