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Women trouble, again!

  • Oct 14, 2008
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Aubrey and Maturin escape from Australia, then the New South Wales penal colony, with an escapee and a stowaway, a woman who has fallen in love with a sailor. The woman has ties back to French spies who had chased and nearly undone Maturin many books back (Ledward and Wray) due to a double agent working within the English government.

Better than the previous entry in the series, this discovery opens the possibility of uncovering the spy in the future.

Sixteenth in the series: The Wine-Dark Sea

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This entry in O'Brian's late-18th-century seafaring series will delight fans, while offering newcomers a good place to jump in. Here Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin are assigned to help a Polynesian queen in her struggle with a Napoleon-backed rival, and a female convict is smuggled aboard by a midshipman in Australia.
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ISBN-10: 0393031098
ISBN-13: 978-0393031096
Author: Patrick O'Brian
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

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