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Pasha by Julian Stockwin - Paperback
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Historical
ISBN
1444785397.0
Author
Julian Stockwin
Publisher
Hodder & Stoughton
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Following Nelson's death two years earlier, England is in desperate need of heroes and Kydd's Caribbean exploits are the talk of London. Feted by the king and a grateful country, Kydd is soon on detachment in a new and dangerous sphere of interest: the Dardanelles, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Black Sea and providing a route to India. The French have long coveted this route, ...

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    Category Type
    Historical
    ISBN
    1444785397.0
    Item EAN
    2724317900652
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    Author
    Julian Stockwin
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    Publisher
    Hodder & Stoughton
    Category Type
    Historical
    ISBN
    1444785397.0
    Item EAN
    2724317900652
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    Author
    Julian Stockwin
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    Hodder & Stoughton
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    Description:

    Following Nelson's death two years earlier, England is in desperate need of heroes and Kydd's Caribbean exploits are the talk of London. Feted by the king and a grateful country, Kydd is soon on detachment in a new and dangerous sphere of interest: the Dardanelles, connecting the Mediterranean Sea

    Following Nelson's death two years earlier, England is in desperate need of heroes and Kydd's Caribbean exploits are the talk of London. Feted by the king and a grateful country, Kydd is soon on detachment in a new and dangerous sphere of interest: the Dardanelles, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Black Sea and providing a route to India. The French have long coveted this route, knowing that it could be the key to toppling the British Empire in India. When they successfully whip up such strong anti-English sentiment that the British ambassador to Constantinople has to flee to L'Aurore, a deadly stand-off ensues.


    Product Features :
    • Binding : Paperback

    • Language of Text : English

    • Publication Year : 2014

    • Number of Pages : 400

    • Author : Julian Stockwin

    • Publisher : Hodder & Stoughton

    • ISBN : 1444785397
 

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