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The Duty and Destiny Series: By Andrew Wareham, the author of the highly acclaimed, 'A Poor Man at the Gate Series.' Please Note: The novels are best read in series order. First published in July 2014, The Duty and Destiny Series is a superbly-crafted family saga with a strong naval/seafaring theme. Set in the period of the French Revolutionary War (1793 – 1802). The serThe Duty and Destiny Series: By Andrew Wareham, the author of the highly acclaimed, 'A Poor Man at the Gate Series.' Please Note: The novels are best read in series order. First published in July 2014, The Duty and Destiny Series is a superbly-crafted family saga with a strong naval/seafaring theme. Set in the period of the French Revolutionary War (1793 – 1802). The series follows the naval career, loves and business dealings of Englishman, Frederick Harris, the son of a Hampshire landowner. He is a brave but reluctant mariner. Despite his disinclination, he is seemingly destined to become a Master and Commander of his own ship. Book Three - The Fuzzy-Wuzzy Man:Frederick must sail his under-manned frigate to the Far East, the waters of the Spice Islands and beyond, in pursuit of a marauding French Squadron. He is able to make up his crew at the Cape, the army having a mutinous company of infantrymen that it wants rid of without scandal. He fights a pair of small actions and then a somewhat larger battle in the waters of East New Britain where the crew of a French ship are cast ashore, rapidly to be eaten by the local Tolai clansmen. The story of this action causes some upset in both France and Britain, it being implied that he bought the alliance of the Tolai – the Fuzzy-Wuzzies – with a supply of fresh French, ‘longpig’....

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ISBN : 23984962
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 199 Pages
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the fuzzy wuzzy man Reviews

  • Don Jacobson
    2019-02-26 19:41

    The entire series is solid, especially the immersion into the history. However, after the first 3 or 4 books, the reader begins to discern the pattern in the plots.

  • Chaplain Stanleigh Chapin
    2019-03-01 16:32

    I do enjoy these storiesThey have the seafaring swashbuckling adventures, detailed sailing instruction and enough of landed gentry discription to make a well rounded story.

  • Donald Houston
    2019-03-04 19:37

    Wareham deliver an excellent series!Andrew Wareham has outdone himself in this rousing historicalness series! Accuracy both in the navigation realm as well as in the English societal realm.

  • Skip Torok
    2019-03-16 14:23

    My 3rd read in the series of Wareham's "Duty and Destiny" books. They get better and better! Heading off to buy the 4th and 5th instalment. Excellent good!

  • John Fennell
    2019-02-28 17:36

    Love this series, already on number 4.