a nautical fiction novel
"CRY HAVOC AND LET SLIP THE DOGS OF WAR!" ~ W. Shakespeare
Elizabethan seafarers aboard a renaissance era galleon sail against a Spanish treasure fleet; savage elements, mutiny, and an armada of enemy warships await them. If their privateer venture prevails, rewards and retribution will be found in the wilds of the New World.
(NOTE: This is book 1 of the sea adventure series Elizabethan Sea Dogs. The next book of the series is The English Corsair).
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5 Stars - The Glory of England in Elizabeth's Reign. A wonderful book full of great information and a story that keeps you wanting to read more.
5 Stars - A Must Read! If you like exciting stories about the high seas during the age of sail, this book is a must! You won't be disappointed
5 Stars - Quite a Ride! I love historical fiction, books that educate while entertaining and Glynn did not let me down
5 Stars - Great change of pace from rereading Patrick O'Brian. If you like a sea story, read this book.
5 Stars - This is a well written and substantially researched book of historical fiction.
5 Stars - A wonderfully written book set in the 16th century during Queen Elizabeth's reign. A summer must read!
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Chill-With-A-Book PREMIERE Reader Reviews
This is an action packed novel on an epic scale and should be read slowly to give the author’s meticulous research its due.
A good swashbuckling tale set in the Elizabethan era, which embodies all the ingredients of an absorbing sea story.
This book was meaty, but perfect history.
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