Nautical Fiction

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Mr Midshipman Hornblower

Mr Midshipman Hornblower

by C S Forester

Mr. Midshipman Hornblower (published 1950) is a Horatio Hornblower novel written by C. S. Forester. Although it may considered as the first episode in the Hornblower saga, it was written as a prequel, the first Hornblower novel, The Happy Return, being published in 1937.
Lord Hornblower

Lord Hornblower

by C S Forester

Lord Hornblower (published 1946) is a Horatio Hornblower novel written by C. S. Forester. In 1814, Hornblower is delegated to deal with the Flame, a brig full of mutineers off the French coast, near the mouth of the Seine. It is a tricky situation because the mutineers' demands cannot be met, but they have threatened that if a Royal Navy force tries to force their hand, they will slip into a nearby French port.
Lieutenant Hornblower

Lieutenant Hornblower

by C S Forester

Lieutenant Hornblower (published 1952) is a Horatio Hornblower novel written by C. S. Forester, ISBN 1-85998-976-4. It is the second book in the series chronologically, but the seventh by order of publication. The book is unique in the series in being told not from Horatio Hornblower's point of view, but rather from Bush's. This helped Forester to explain Hornblower's unsuitable first marriage besides giving an objective view of Hornblower himself.
Master and Commander

Master and Commander

by Patrick O'Brian

Master and Commander is a historical naval novel by Patrick O'Brian. First published in 1969 (US) (1970 in UK), it is first in the Aubrey-Maturin series of stories of Captain Jack Aubrey and the naval surgeon Stephen Maturin.
The Mauritius Command

The Mauritius Command

by Patrick O'Brian

The Mauritius Command is a historical naval novel by Patrick O'Brian. It is fourth in the series of stories that follow the partnership of Captain Jack Aubrey and the naval surgeon Stephen Maturin. It retells in fictional form the real campaign carried out by the Royal Navy in 1810 under Commodore Josias Rowley.
Success To the Brave

Success To the Brave

by Alexander Kent

Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
Enemy In Sight!

Enemy In Sight!

by Alexander Kent

Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
The Flag Captain

The Flag Captain

by Alexander Kent

Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
The Fortune Of War

The Fortune Of War

by Patrick O'Brian

The Fortune of War, (1979) is a historical novel set during the War of 1812 and written by British author Patrick O'Brian.
Command a King's Ship

Command a King's Ship

by Alexander Kent

Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
Blue At the Mizzen

Blue At the Mizzen

by Patrick O'Brian

Brown On Resolution

Brown On Resolution

by C S Forester

The Yellow Admiral

The Yellow Admiral

by Patrick O'Brian

The Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd

by C S Forester

Ramage and The Rebels

Ramage and The Rebels

by Dudley Pope

The Commodore

The Commodore

by Patrick O'Brian

Ship Of the Line

Ship Of the Line

by C S Forester

Ramage

Ramage

by Dudley Pope

The Reverse Of the Medal

The Reverse Of the Medal

by Patrick O'Brian

The Surgeon's Mate

The Surgeon's Mate

by Patrick O'Brian

The Hundred Days

The Hundred Days

by Patrick O'Brian

The Letter Of Marque

The Letter Of Marque

by Patrick O'Brian

Hms Surprise

Hms Surprise

by Patrick O'Brian

Mutiny On the Bounty

Mutiny On the Bounty

by Charles and Hall, James Norman Nordhoff

Ramage's Signal

Ramage's Signal

by Dudley Pope

Nautical Fiction Books & Ephemera

Sharpe\'s Trafalgar

Sharpe's Trafalgar

by Cornwell, Bernard

Sharpe's Trafalgar is a historical novel by Bernard Cornwell, a Sharpe adventure in a different setting. Cornwell blends Sharpe's history into this greatest of Britain's sea triumphs. Sharpe meets a new set of characters, rogues, rascals and heroes, including a personal meeting with Lord Nelson. He also has a love affair and plays a major role in the battle.
Sloop Of War

Sloop Of War

by Kent, Alexander

Douglas Reeman (Alexander Kent) did convoy duty in the Atlantic, the Arctic and the North Sea. He has written over thirty novels under his own name and more than twenty bestselling historical novels featuring Richard Bolitho under the pseudonym Alexander Kent.
Admiral

Admiral

by Pope, Dudley

Charles II returns from exile bringing with him unease to the Spanish Main. In this vivid description of seventeenth-century buccaneers, Ned Yorke, the leader and hero of the swashbuckling band are depended upon for the defence of Jamaica, fighting with captured Spanish guns. Daring raids on the Spanish seem inevitable, as Yorke sets out on the high seas to distant adventures on behalf of the King and his own honour.
China Flyer

China Flyer

by Hill, Porter

Porter Hill is the pseudonym of a writer whose family connections with British India go back to the early nineteenth century. Educated in England, he had a life-long interest in Indian and naval history and spent many years studying the British conquest of the subcontinent.
Beneath the Aurora

Beneath the Aurora

by Richard, Woodman

A Private Revenge

A Private Revenge

by Richard, Woodman

The Black Cockade

The Black Cockade

by Suthren, Victor

Ramage Touch

Ramage Touch

by Pope, Dudley

Ramage At Trafalgar

Ramage At Trafalgar

by Pope, Dudley

Endangered Species

Endangered Species

by Richard, Woodman

Artemis

Artemis

by Stockwin, Julian

Governor Ramage, Rn

Governor Ramage, Rn

by Pope, Dudley

Convoy

Convoy

by Pope, Dudley

Ramage and The Drumbeat

Ramage and The Drumbeat

by Pope, Dudley