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Relentless Pursuit (Richard Bolitho Novels / Alexander Kent. No. 25) ➸ [Read] ➳ Relentless Pursuit (Richard Bolitho Novels / Alexander Kent. No. 25) By Alexander Kent ➽ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Summoned to the Admiralty by Sir Edward Pellew Captain Adam Bolitho is ordered to sail his 46 gun frigate Unrivalled into African waters to aid His Majesty's campaign against slave runners Preoccupied Summoned to the Admiralty by Sir Edward Pellew Captain Adam Bolitho is ordered to sail his gun frigate Unrivalled into African waters to aid His Majesty's campaign against slave runners Preoccupied with avenging his uncle Richard's death while confronting an entrenched adversary and the aggressive opposition of the Algerian overlord he fears he may be setting his crew on a course of doom.


10 thoughts on “Relentless Pursuit (Richard Bolitho Novels / Alexander Kent. No. 25)

  1. Ron Wroblewski Ron Wroblewski says:

    Book number 2 of the Adam Bolitho series fines Adam fighting both in West Africa and North Africa And does he have a love in his life again? Stay tuned This is book 27 of the 30 books in the Bolitho series


  2. Rudi Miller Rudi Miller says:

    Another great book by Mr KentThis author has given life to be the age of sail wooden ships and iron men Using real figures in history he brings the Bolitho men alive in an age of total warfare that last for decades in what we now would have been a World War I will miss his novels and am saddened by his passing


  3. Jerry Jerry says:

    not as good as the previous Bolitho books


  4. Billy Forbes Billy Forbes says:

    not as much sea adventure as previous books in the series but still a good read


  5. Alan Debban Alan Debban says:

    Exciting sea actionLike most Bolitho novels there is action romance politics and the feel of what life might have been lake in the Royal Navy age of sail Highly recommended


  6. Charlie Shaw Charlie Shaw says:

    OK


  7. An Odd1 An Odd1 says:

    Memories of Uncle Richard mostly his last day his lover Lady Catherine Boring slow meaningless missing in seuence of series Capt Adam's inches from old infatuation to new Lowena Small fight with slavers ends in armada against ruling DeyTypo c8 p34 When is whenc16 p18 tailor is traitor


  8. Ron Denton Ron Denton says:

    Should be titled relentless retelling This book rehashes most of the pertinent details from the many previous books about Richard Bolitho If you really enjoyed that series stop now and don't bother with this one or those following it It's like kissing your sister There is still a some sea and boat action but most of this and those following become much soap operas and less stories of adventure on the high sea Kent seems to have become fixated on the forbidden woman thing and it becomes the main plot of the rest of the series It is also the main plot of most of his WWII books written under his real name Douglas Reeman I've read several of them At first they were pretty good then you realize that they all have the same haunted troubled commander just set in different types of vessels and still somehow revolving around a forbidden woman It's sad because I really enjoyed the Richard Bolitho series most of the way through


  9. Jack Alexander Jack Alexander says:

    So if you are like me interested in thrilling high seas action don't bother with this book It is written with all the thrill of an 18th century novel meaning none at all The characters are dull and deliver dialogue fit to put me to sleep


  10. David David says:

    On par as with all his books


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