Stand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4)



In 1774, Richard Bolitho is a newly appointed Third Lieutenant, joining the 28 gun frigate Destiny Dispatched on a secret mission, Destiny and her company face the hazards of conspiracy, treason, and piracy It is amidst the broadside battles and clashes of swords that Bolitho learns to accept his new responsibilities as a King s officer. New Download Stand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4) By Alexander Kent For Kindle ePUB or eBook – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.ukStand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4)

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Stand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4)  By Alexander Kent IBN : 0935526420 Format : Paperback – mauritiusholidayvillas.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Stand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4)
  • Alexander Kent
  • English
  • 01 July 2018
  • 0935526420

10 thoughts on “Stand into Danger (Richard Bolitho, #4)

  1. says:

    Treasure, Treachery and Forbidden Love 3 StarsStand into Dangeris the fourth book is the series about Richard Bolitho, a young officer in the Royal Navy Although it was not the fourth written by Alexander Kent, it is fourth based on the internal chronology Plot summary Richard once again finds himself aboard a new and much larger ship, Destiny Having recently completed his officer s exam, he finds himself in the unfamiliar position as third Third Lieutenant aboard the ship He is qui Treasure, Treachery and Forbidden Love 3 StarsStand into Dangeris the fourth book is the series about Richard Bolitho, a young officer in the Royal Navy Although it was not the fourth written by Alexander Kent, it is fourth based on the internal chronology Plot summary Richard once again finds himself aboard a new and much larger ship, Destiny Having recently completed his officer s exam, he finds himself in the unfamiliar position as third Third Lieutenant aboard the ship He is quite young for the position and looking to build credibility As soon as full crew is obtained, the ship sets said for South America for a purpose that is unknown to the crew It is quickly revealed that the trip is searching for a treasure lost and to settle old scores There are some battles at sea, some battles on land, some politics and some subterfuge In the midst of...

  2. says:

    It is 1774 and Richard Bolitho is a newly appointed third lieutenant on a frigate dispatched on a secret mission.This book was truly fascinating in the way that it was historical fiction but written in the eighties, the writing style is practically fiction itself Despite this, I think the story telling has not dated badly and the story itself is sufficiently well written to stand the test of time and evolving writing styles.I loved the minute descriptions of his majesties navy the daily navel It is 1774 and Richard Bolitho is a newly appointed third lieutenant on a frigate dispatched on a secret mission.This book was truly fascinating in the way that it was historical fiction but written in the eighties, the writing style is practically fiction itself Despite this, I think the story telling has not dated badly and the story itself is sufficiently well written to stand the test of time and evolving writing styles.I loved the minute descriptions of his majesties navy the daily navel life aboard the different ships, the ships themselves and the insight into the political statue of the time The battles were exciting, detailed and convincing, the leading man, Richard Bolitho seems the perfect hero for the story new at his job so both conscientious and inclined to look at every detail This is the first of these novels I read and from...

  3. says:

    Sorry for the messy review only way I could think of to review the book yet not give much away.____________________________________________ I m appalled Truly appalled And not at the book, the writing or the author But at the publisher They have completely and utterly ruined this series for me In one, singular page they destroyed the impact this series could ever have on me In fact, if you are to take on any single thing from this review, it should be this DO NOT READ THE TIMELINE AT T Sorry for the messy review only way I could think of to review the book yet not give much away.____________________________________________ I m appalled Truly appalled And not at the book, the writing or the author But at the publisher They have completely and utterly ruined this series for me In one, singular page they destroyed the impact this series could ever have on me In fact, if you are to take on any single thing from this review, it should be this DO NOT READ THE TIMELINE AT THE BEGINNING OF THE BOOK Nor, indeed, anything that could in any way remotely possible tell you the future of the series and character Don t Actually, go one step further do not look at them, do not read the blurbs reviews or even learn the titles of any of the books but the one you are about to read I am not kidding when I say that it ruined the whole thing for me Ruined Why and don t reveal this unless you ve read the series or...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here F bookies history a kentThe year is 1774 and Bolitho is now a newly appointed third lieutenant joining the 28 gun frigate Destiny at Plymouth.I...

  5. says:

    As a newly minted lieutenant in the British Royal Navy, Richard Bolitho is assigned to HMS Destiny, a frigate that has just been newly commissioned The year is 1774 Bolitho s first assignment is to command a press party on shore, looking to getmembers for the crew One of the men he collects is a prize fighter by the name of Stockdale Stockdale from the very beginning declares that he will not leave Bolitho s side.HMS Destiny, captained by Post Captain Dumaresq, sails under secret order As a newly minted lieutenant in the British Royal Navy, Richard Bolitho is assigned to HMS Destiny, a frigate that has just been newly commissioned The year is 1774 Bolitho s first assi...

  6. says:

    Bolitho s first assignment as lieutenant finds him on a frigate under the driven, energetic, and cunning Captain Dumaresq at 28, one of the youngest in the fleet Outwardly tasked to chase down and recover an infamous privateer turned pirate and the absconded booty from a vanished Spanish galleon And the underlying retribution for the demise of Dumaresq s father that was indirectly caused by those actions of the pirate and his cohorts.Meanwhile, Bolitho has his first true love and the ine Bolitho s first assignment as lieutenant finds him on a frigate under the driven, energetic, and cunning Captain Dumaresq at 28, one of the youngest in the fleet Outwardly tasked to chase down and recover an infamous privateer turned pirate and the absconde...

  7. says:

    I have read the entire Aubrey Maturin series by Patrick O Brien twice over and loved them I hoped to find a similar series set in the days of tall ships and clashing broadsides I have found it The style is different and the setting is unique I think I shall enjoy diving into this literary sea.

  8. says:

    Reasonable book A couple of the plot elements were a little cliche, however he executes them reasonably well Does a pretty good job of developing the main characters in the book.

  9. says:

    3.5 stars.

  10. says:

    Stand into Action is the second Alexander Kent novel about Richard Bolitho I have read the first being the earlier Midshipman Bolitho As with the first, I finished with a feeling of vague disappointment I am a huge fan of the Horatio Hornblower series by C S Forester, another series about a man who rises through the chain of command in the British Navy in the Napoleanic era This is a double edged sword as it makes me both eager to readabout the time period but holds everything that Stand into Action is the second Alexander Kent novel about Richard Bolitho I have read the first being the earlier Midshipman Bolitho As with the first, I finished with a feeling of vague disappointment I am a huge fan of the Horatio Hornblower series by C S Forester, another series about a man who rises through the chain of command in the British Navy in the Napoleanic era ...

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