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Good news for those impatient for the next instalment of Alexander Clay - Book 8 in the series is out
Clay and his men are sent to the Caribbean on the hunt for a Royal Navy ship that has mutinied, but what they will discover in those warm blue waters may be rather more than they bargained for
My Latest Article in Naval History Magazine
The June edition of the US Naval Institute's Naval History magazine features an article by me on the evolution of the Sextant
My Latest blog - The Galley's Last Hurrah - the Battle of Lepanto
In 1570 a divided Europe was crumbling before the onslaught of the Ottoman Turks in the East. But one naval battle, the last major action to be fought exclusively by galleys, changed the fate of the continent.
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Next blog - The Curious Tale of William Adams, the Samurai Sailor
In 1600, the Tudor sea captain William Adams was wrecked on the coast of Japan, then an almost mythical land to Europeans. What followed was a remarkable friendship between Adams and the man who was to forge a dynasty that would last for over three centuries.
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