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The second book in the enthralling Revolution at Sea seriesIn the late summer of General George Washington discovers that his cache of gunpowder has dwindled to a mere nine shots per man A desperate plan is hatched to send a The Maddest PDFEPUBship under the command of Captain Isaac Biddlecomb to Bermuda to capture the British powder There were so many twists in this book it was hard to tell which idea was the maddest However I really did like how the stakes just kept getting ramped up to a satisfying climactic confrontation

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The Maddest Idea

Known to be thereBut the plan is a trap set by a traitor among the patriots and one from which even Biddlecomb cannot escape Washington despatches his aide de camp Major Edward Fitzgerald to hunt the traitor down while Biddlecomb must rely on cunning and seamanship to free his men and the ship and to capture the gunpowder that is th The sixth book read of this author An exciting page turner The Biddlecomb character is like a Dirk Pitt of the 18th century

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E lifeblood of the fight for liberty Divided by an ocean but bound by the cause as well as by their own private fears Biddlecomb and Fitzgerald must take on a common enemy the greatest military power on earth A powerful saga of the American Revolution a stirring maritime adventure in the epic true to life tradition of Patrick O'Brian Great historical fiction about navy warfare during the Revolutionary War


10 thoughts on “The Maddest Idea

  1. says:

    Several months have passed since Lexington and Concord and the Battle of Bunker Hill Now George Washington's new ragtag colonial army is besieging the British in Boston There's just one problem the army only has enough black powder for 9 cartr

  2. says:

    A pretty solid story about some events in American history I was not familiar with While the US wars at sea were never as long and in

  3. says:

    There were so many twists in this book it was hard to tell which idea was the maddest However I really did like how the stakes just kept getting ramped up to a satisfying climactic confrontation

  4. says:

    The sixth book read of this author An exciting page turner The Biddlecomb character is like a Dirk Pitt of the 18th century

  5. says:

    I love James L Nelson's books I've been a big fan of sea stories like Horatio Hornblower and the AubreyMaturin series for some time However Nelson's writing is much easier to read and I would think gratifying for the modern audience His Revolution at Sea series is also from the American perspective It's nice for once to

  6. says:

    Second book in the trilogy Not as much fun as the first book A sea faring novel about the Revolutionary War with extremely accurate and authentic nautical renderings

  7. says:

    Another good historical maritime novel

  8. says:

    Great historical fiction about navy warfare during the Revolutionary War

  9. says:

    Second in the Revolution at Sea Triology which later became the Revolution at Sea Saga due to the inclusion of a 4th and 5th book

  10. says:

    Similar to the first book enjoyable historical fiction if a little over dramatic in the descriptions of the character's emotions I liked it