J. E. Fender

James. E. Fender is Legal Counsel for the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - the U.S. Navy's oldest shipyard, and has become a noted authority on the history of the shipyard and the port of Portsmouth. He was the first civilian lawyer from the Navy Office of General Counsel to volunteer and be selected to deploy to Baghdad, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He worked there for six months, serving as the principal fiscal law advisor to US and Iraqi military and civilian leaders.

He has written a Historical Naval Fiction series about the adventures of Geoffrey Frost during the Revolutionary War.

Series: Geoffrey Frost
Year  Book  Comment
  The Private Revolution of Geoffrey Frost

On his first mission for the colony of New Hampshire Frost must engage a new British Sloop

  Audacity, Privateer out of Portsmouth Frost becomes involved with a British Convoy
1776  Our Lives, Our Fortunes Frost joins George Washington in the crossing of the Delaware
  On the Spur of Speed Amidst the adventures of Frost's brother, his early life at sea is remembered
  The Lucifer Cypher

Frost becomes involved with a prototype submarine


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