Napoleonic War

trafalgar by_WC_StanfieldThe search result below lists those novels which are based around the Napoleonic War (1803-1815).

Napoleonic War

This book has been released under the following alternate titles:- Decision at Trafalgar 1804- 1806 It is the summer of 1804 and Napoleon is massing his vast army for the invasion of England. ...
  1807 Captain John Valcourt Justice's third adventure takes him to the 1807 siege of Copenhagen - one of the most dramatic and divisive incidents of the Napoleonic Wars, which, for modern ...
    A fictionalised biography of Thomas Masterman Hardy - perhaps Nelson's least-known but most famous Captain.   Author: Showell Styles Title: A Kiss for ...
  1808- 1809 In the aftermath of a typhoon, Captain Nathaniel Drinkwater brings His Britannic Majesty's frigate Patrician into the shelter of the Pearl River on the China coast. Seeking the ...
This book has been released under the following alternate titles:- Treachery   Commander Kydd has dragged himself up in the navy from press-ganged seaman to master of his own ship. Now ...
    While rising through the ranks from Midshipman to Captain a young man carries out several important missions for Napoleon.   Author: John Lesterman ...
  1815  It is 1815 and Britain is at war with France. Mr Fitton, relieved of his command, is finding shore-life difficult. With his wife expecting a baby, he is under pressure to earn ...
   1810 Though the seventy-four gun HMS Sutherland ‘the ugliest and least desirable two-decker in the Navy’ and a crew shortage means he must recruit 250 landlubbers, Hornblower knows ...
  1807 Captain Drinkwater's frigate, HMS Antigone, is ordered to the Baltic Sea in the Spring of 1807 as Napoleon's grip has begun to reach across Europe to the borders of Holy Russia. As country ...
  1805  Sam escapes death in Australia when the truth about his false conviction is finally revealed. But on the journey back to England he faces pirates and a terrible storm, before making ...
    A biography of Horatio Nelson, written from the point of view of a sailor, from his time as a midshipman. Ben Brace is said to be based on Nelson's coxswain. After Nelson's death at ...
1806 Cape Colony is proving a tiresome assignment for Captain Kydd's daring commander-in-chief Commodore Popham. Rumours that South America's Spanish colonies are in a ferment of popular unrest ...
Author Julian Stockwin has a new novel which is now available for pre-order in hardcover, Betrayal. It is due for release worldwide on 11 October 2012. Cape Colony is proving a tiresome assignment ...
  1808 In March 1808, as Napoleon holds Portugal and threatens his old ally Spain, Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho is dispatched once more to the Cape of Good Hope to establish a permanent ...
  1799  Having evacuated the King and Queen of Naples ahead of Napoleon's advancing army, Nelson must now await developments in Sicily. In the meantime, he and Emma savor their passionate ...
... through the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars O'Corboy's rises from midshipman to post-captain and participates in the Siege of Toulon, the Glorious First of June, Cape St. Vincent, the Siege ...
  1804 Justice, a naval officer and an English gentleman, infiltrates Verdun to locate another English agent and to complete his assignment to immobilize Napoleon's invasion fleet harboring ...
  More than a decade ago, Thomas Kydd and Nicholas Renzi were in the Caribbean as sailors before the mast in the old Trajan. Now Kydd, a storied hero of Trafalgar, holds the glory of being ...
  1813  Captain Jack Aubrey sails away from the hated Australian prison colonies in his favourite vessel, the Surprise, pondering on middle age and sexual frustration. He soon becomes ...
  1803 It is a cold mid-September in 1803 when Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Bolitho finds himself the new master of the Argonaute - a French flagship taken in battle. With the Peace of Amiens in ...

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