Read more about the condition. The Jonathan Kinkaid nautical fiction series is a meticulously researched, action-adventure series, with a touch of romance, about an American naval officer during the Revolutionary War. Now numbering six volumes, each book is based upon actual events; each takes us to a different theater of the war at sea during the American Revolution. Highly-regarded, with four and five star reviews and cover art by the author, this series is suitable for readers of all ages, and is available in most formats.
This offer confers c onsiderable savings to the reader who wants the entire collection in book format. Book 1:"Independent Action" introduces our hero as he serves as First Lieutenant aboard the American frigate Randolph of 32 guns, tasked with orders to undertake "independent action" in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic against a mighty British convoy.
A story of the fury of the sea and the waste of war, of brave but fallible men and boys who find themselves in dire straits, of history and the building of character, "Independent Action" is rousing, high seas adventure. Cover art by the author. Book 2: In "Uprising" Kinkaid is given command of his own ship, Swift, of sixteen guns. His assignment is threefold: to deliver a diplomat bearing a copy of the Declaration of Independence to the Dutch free port of St.
Eustatia in the Caribbean, to assist a major of marines with a mysterious assignment that takes them to the jungle island of Dominica, inhabited by cannibalistic Caribe Indians, and to gain information of any pirate activity in the Virgin Islands that may interfere with American shipping from St. Eustatia to American shores. A story of unlikely allies and astounding deceit, of happy times followed by terrible heartbreak, where the tinkling of champagne glasses is replaced by the roar of cannons in the blink of an eye.
Book 3: "Hazardous Duty" finds Kinkaid in command of the gun sloop of war, Ranger, tasked with scouting duties for the Continental Fleet in this third volume of the Jonathan Kinkaid Series. Braving not only the foul and frigid weather of northern waters, Kinkaid must contend with an inexperienced crew, a badly leaking ship, and personality clashes among senior officers; one of them being the bold and aggressive John Paul Jones, in command of the Frigate Alfred, not to mention trying to evade a strong and powerful British force that hopes to trap and destroy them in the Gulf of St.
Book 4: "Tidings of Victory" tells of Captain Kinkaid and his seagoing patriots taking the news of our great victory at Saratoga to Benjamin Franklin in Paris.
Filled with spies and saboteurs, intrigue and villainy, this masterfully written tale is another triumph of high-seas adventure in the Winston style, from booming cannons in ship-to-ship battles to a bold rescue of American seamen from an English prison; with a brilliant and unexpected conclusion.
Needless to say there are many forces who hope to claim this vast fortune for themselves and others who would be just as happy to ensure it never reaches American shores. From the wind in the rigging to the roar of broadsides; with colorful characters, both old and new, as well as unexpected guests and surprising events, "The Treasure Ship" has everything one expects in a Kinkaid adventure. Shipping and handling.
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Editorial Reviews. From the Author. The author wishes to announce that a sixth volume in the Uprising: Kinkaid in the West Indies (Jonathan Kinkaid Series Book 2) - Kindle edition by Michael Winston. Download it once and read it on your. Uprising: Kinkaid in the West Indies (Jonathan Kinkaid) [Michael Winston] on Uprising is the exciting second book of the Jonathan Kinkaid series, where Kinkaid's with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3.
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