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A Tradition Of Victory (Richard Bolitho, #16) Plymouth, July 1801 Richard Bolitho S Small Squadron, Still Repairing The Scars Of Battle Earned In Heavy Action At Copenhagen, Has Been Months Away From The Sea After Eight Years Of War With France, Britain Must Make A Gesture That Will Show Strength And Determination And One Which Will Dramatically Weaken The French Cause Rear Admiral Bolitho Must Follow His Flag S Tradition Of Victory, Even Though For The First Time In His Life He Is Torn Between The Demands Of Public Duty And Personal Need.


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10 thoughts on “A Tradition Of Victory (Richard Bolitho, #16)

  1. says:

    The most interesting thing for me was discovering how many words in the English language I do not know all sorts of terms for bits of ship or rigging that I have never come across before I felt that perhaps I should read this book with a dictionary.It was the first novel by Alexander Kent that I have read,


  2. says:

    This book, the 16th in Alexander Kent s Richard Bolitho series, begins in July, 1801, not long after Bolitho and his squadron have returned from the Battle of Copenhagen On short notice, Bolitho is ordered to take his squadron to the Bay of Biscay to thwart French attempts to assemble an invasion fleet of troop


  3. says:

    Richard Bolitho is a rear admiral, tasked by a dead man with doing the nigh impossible before his still living Admiralty colleagues can countermand that order.Oh, come on, of course he does it We do see t...


  4. says:

    Humourless and cardboard, Bolitho runs ships aground, gets captured, rescued, beds his wench, and then unleashes hell on his captor s ships Um I ve been spoiled by Po B, who writes with feeling, passion and blood Oh, and humour,...


  5. says:

    June to October, 1801 Rear Admiral Richard Bolitho, again in charge of a squadron is assigned to destroy French invasion boats being amassed off the French coast He has to over come a number of problems from the French as well as the Admiralty as he seeks to carry out his original orders.


  6. says:

    Started slow but got better Some good sea battles It would be nice, though to stop with the Bolitho is captured and rescued by Herrick trope I d give it 3.5 if I could.


  7. says:

    Carrying on the career of Bolitho if you have read the previous 15 books you know exactly what to expect.


  8. says:

    Great


  9. says:

    See my earlier reviews regarding this entertaining Naval series set in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.


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