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The Pursuit By Peter Smalley

The Pursuit
by Peter Smalley

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Aboard the ship lies a secret that could change the course of the coming war for Britain, and the loss of which could tip the balance irrevocably in favour of Revolutionary France. Rennie and Hayter must play a deadly game involving sea battles, mutiny and breathtaking deception.
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The Pursuit by Peter Smalley

Spring 1792. Captain James Rennie is anxious to be active again after a year on the beach. And this time he longs for regular service with the Fleet as opposed to the extraordinarily dangerous detached missions he has been assigned by Britain's shadowy spy masters in the last few years. His friend, Lieutenant James Hayter, is haunted by his past and he too longs for the sea. Both will find their escape, but not in the circumstances they would have wished. Once more the summons comes for a secret voyage, in pursuit of a heavily armed neutral vessel. Aboard the ship lies a secret that could change the course of the coming war for Britain, and the loss of which could tip the balance irrevocably in favour of Revolutionary France. Rennie and Hayter must play a deadly game involving sea battles, mutiny and breathtaking deception. And, of course, the only stakes in the game are victory or death.

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The Pursuit Reviews


"Another page-turner from the pen of Peter Smalley" * Daily Mail *

About Peter Smalley


Peter Smalley was born in Melbourne, Australia, and hails from a seafaring family. After an early career in advertising he became a screenwriter, broadcaster, and novelist. He lives in London with his wife, Clytie.

Additional information

GOR002629170
The Pursuit by Peter Smalley
Peter Smalley
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Cornerstone
2011-05-05
336
009951365X
9780099513650
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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