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Naval and Military Fiction

Naval and Military Fiction

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1 DONACHIE,David A Flag of Truce
Allison and Busby 2008 First 
First UK edition 2008. Looks to have been read once but o/w a fine copy in dustwrapper. 
Price: 12.00 GBP

 
2 DONACHIE,David A Sea of Troubles (SIGNED)
Allison and Busby October 2012 First Hardback SIGNED by the author.
Joh Pearce's latest High Seas adventure. 
Price: 12.00 GBP

 
 
3 LUDLOW,Jack (David Donachie) A Bitter Field (SIGNED)
Allison and Busby February 2012 First Hardback SIGNED by the author
1938. As Hitler sets his sights on the Sudetenland, not everyone in Britain is willing to appease him. Convinced that the Fuehrer's land-hunger is insatiable, the head of the SIS recruits Cal Jardine to help him prove zechoslovakia is threatened with invasion. Before heading undercover to Prague, however, Jardine must first extricate himself from France, where his attempts to smuggle guns to Spain have been held up by a group of fanatical fascists. In their struggle to overthrow the French government, they are prepared to kill for the sake of procuring weapons. Finally arriving in Czechoslovakia, working undercover for the SIS proves no less dangerous. As jealousy and mutual suspicions within Secret Service ranks make it impossible for Jardine to tell friend from foe, he rediscovers old friends of dubious loyalty and makes new enemies of untested ruthlessness. 
Price: 10.00 GBP

 
4 MARSTON,Edward (SIGNED) A Very Murdering Battle
Allison and Busby November 2011 First Hardback SIGNED by the author
It is 1709, and Europe is in the midst of the coldest winter for a century. France is suffering profoundly: with her people starving and her army rattled by mutiny and desertions, King Louis XIV is at The Hague, searching for peace with the English on almost any terms. To assist these negotiations, the Duke of Marlborough sends Captain Daniel Rawson on a dangerous mission to Paris to seek out a package of vital information that could secure an advantageous peace deal for England. Yet in spite of his efforts, the peace talks collapse, and Daniel finds himself once more embroiled in dangerous adventure. For Marlborough has another mission for him: this time it is not information but a precious tapestry that has to be recovered. The tapestry of the Battle of Ramillies has been stolen, and Daniel's hunt for the ruthless thieves leads him into enemy territory, where he must daily outwit betrayal and kidnap, and risk capture and life itself. All the while, the French army is regaining its strength under the supervision of Marshall Villars, a worthy opponent in the field. As the opposing armies mass in the area around the village of Malplaquet, a bloody encounter looms, which means that if Daniel manages to return safely to the Duke's forces from behind enemy lines, he must then stand fast and fight in their most murdering battle yet. 
Price: 10.00 GBP

 
 
5 PARKINSON,C. Northcote The Fireship
John Murray 1975 
First UK edition. 1975. A fine copy in price-clipped dustwrapper. 
Price: 10.00 GBP

     


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