Peregrine : Book Five of the Fighting Anthonys
by Michael Aye


Overview - July 1778. A French fleet of mighty warships under Comte d'Estaing arrives off Sandy Hook to aid the colonies. The British Navy finds itself hard pressed to fulfill the duties cast upon it.

Vice Admiral Lord Anthony has temporarily transferred his flag to the frigate, HMS Peregrine for diplomatic duty.
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Overview
July 1778. A French fleet of mighty warships under Comte d'Estaing arrives off Sandy Hook to aid the colonies. The British Navy finds itself hard pressed to fulfill the duties cast upon it.

Vice Admiral Lord Anthony has temporarily transferred his flag to the frigate, HMS Peregrine for diplomatic duty. The ship's captain is Lord Anthony's brother, Gabe. The mission is to transport prisoners of war and their families to Norfolk, Virginia in exchange for British prisoners. Sailing under a flag of truce Peregrine is viciously attacked.

The roar of cannons and smell of gunpowder once again fills the air as Lord Anthony's ships struggle to do their duty.

BOSON BOOKS also features the first four books by Michael Aye in The Fighting Anthonys series. For a sample read, reviews, and an author bio and photo visit bosonbooks.com.

"Michael Aye is one of today's premier writers of nautical fiction whose work inspires me." -- Linda Collison, author of Star-Crossed and Surgeons Mate


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  • ISBN-13: 9780917990748
  • ISBN-10: 0917990749
  • Publisher: Bitingduck Press
  • Publish Date: April 2012
  • Page Count: 296
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.67 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.71 pounds


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