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To Glory Arise (Privateers & Gentlemen)

To Glory Arise (Privateers & Gentlemen)

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by Walter Jon Williams
     
 
This is Walter Jon Williams' first published work, one of the historical novels with which he began his career.

The American Revolution is throwing up a new breed of hero, Yankee privateers who dare the might of the Royal Navy to slash at British commerce. Foremost among them are the three Markham brothers, Jehu, Josiah, and Malachi, who link their destiny

Overview

This is Walter Jon Williams' first published work, one of the historical novels with which he began his career.

The American Revolution is throwing up a new breed of hero, Yankee privateers who dare the might of the Royal Navy to slash at British commerce. Foremost among them are the three Markham brothers, Jehu, Josiah, and Malachi, who link their destiny to that of their young nation, and seek their fortune in the cannon's mouth.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016302010
Publisher:
World Domination, Ltd.
Publication date:
03/20/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
483,928
File size:
576 KB

Meet the Author

Walter Jon Williams is a bestselling, award-winning author. He began his career writing historical fiction, but has since become better known for his science fiction works.

Walter has written numerous works of alternate history, featuring Edgar Allan Poe (ANo Spot of Ground@), Mary Shelley (AWall, Stone, Craft@), Elvis Presley (ARed Elvis@), and the Empress Dowager of China (AForeign Devils.@) He has also contributed to the alternate history science fantasy series, Wild Cards.

His latest work is The Fourth Wall, the third book in his series of near-future thrillers featuring game designer Dagmar Shaw.

Walter=s web page may be found at

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To Glory Arise (Privateers & Gentlemen) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
olemoney More than 1 year ago
I liked most of the story (could do without graphic battle descriptions). But when I finished I was left with an empty feeling, and wondering "what was all that about?"