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  • The Leeward Islands Squadron

  • Carlisle and Holbrooke Naval Adventures Series, Book 2
  • Written by: Chris Durbin
  • Narrated by: Steven Crossley
  • Length: 10 hrs and 57 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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The Leeward Islands Squadron

Written by: Chris Durbin
Narrated by: Steven Crossley
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In late 1756, as the British government collapses in the aftermath of the loss of Minorca, and the country and navy are thrown into political chaos, a small force of ships is sent to the West Indies to reinforce the Leeward Islands Squadron.

Captain Edward Carlisle, a native of Virginia, and his first lieutenant George Holbrooke are fresh from the Mediterranean and their capture of a powerful French man-of-war. Their new frigate Medina has orders to join a squadron commanded by a terminally ill commodore. Their mission: a near-suicidal assault on a strong Caribbean island fortress.

Carlisle must confront the challenges of higher command as he leads the squadron back into battle to accomplish the Admiralty's orders.

Join Carlisle and Holbrooke as they attack shore fortifications, engage in ship-on-ship duels, and deal with mutiny in the West Indies.

©2018 Chris Durbin (P)2018 Tantor

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Great stories in the tradition of C. S. Forster

The author’s knowledge of early naval ships, their technology and operation, of naval life and traditions and of the history of the period all gives his stories a very genuine feel.

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Throughly enjoyable if you like a nautical swashbucker. 2nd in the series. Good historical fiction

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