The Hooligans: A Novel (P. T. Deutermann WWII Novels)

By P. T. Deutermann - Published 2020



After Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, Duke Medical School resident Lincoln Andersen gives up his genteel Southern life to enlist in the ...Read Review

Napoleon’s Run (The William John Hazzard Series, Book 1)

By Jonathan Spencer - Published 2020



This is a Napoleonic spy story set against the background of Napoleon’s invasion of Egypt. Our hero, William Hazzard, is sent to ...Read Review

Larcum Mudge (Alexander Clay Series)

By Philip K. Allan - Published 2020



In 1800, mutinous plans are being hatched on the Royal Naval Sloop Peregrine as she plies the balmy waters of the Caribbean. What follows ...Read Review

The Bright and Breaking Sea (A Captain Kit Brightling Novel)

By Chloe Neill - Published 2020


Historical FantasyNautical

This, the start of a series, is historical fantasy that reimagines the Napoleonic Wars in an alternate world where magic runs along ley ...Read Review

Battle Stations

By Roger Jewett - Published 2020



Navy Captain Andrew Troost is a consummate professional bound for high command, but is married to his career more than to his alcoholic, ...Read Review

I Survived The Sinking of the Titanic, 1912 (I Survived Graphic Novels)

By Scott Dawson - Published 2020


Children/Young AdultNautical

Reluctant readers are not reluctant thinkers. Lauren Tarshis understands that her action stories and their graphic adaptations are often the first choice for ...Read Review

The Girl Who Was Me Is Gone

By Michael Brown - Published 2020



Brown, a former film- and screenwriter, has created a vivid, electric, action-packed novel. He exposes a little-known period of 17th-century Irish history: when ...Read Review

Runaway Bride (The Bride Ships)

By Jody Hedlund - Published 2020


Inspirational RomanceNautical

In 1862, Arabella boards a bride ship to British Columbia to escape the attentions of a brutal man. She wants to put the past ...Read Review

The Last Voyage of the Andrea Doria: The Sinking of the World’s Most Glamorous Ship

By Penny Wilson - Published 2020



This non-fiction account opens with the post-WWII Italian Line proudly constructing and outfitting its most luxurious passenger ship, the Andrea Doria. Three years ...Read Review

In Northern Seas (Alexander Clay)

By Philip K. Allan - Published 2019



1801: The long war against Napoleon rages across land and sea.  Alexander Clay, captain of the new Royal Navy frigate Griffin, is ordered to ...Read Review

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