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J D Davies

Historian and Author

The Journals of Matthew Quinton – swashbuckling naval historical fiction set in the age of Charles II, from the award-winning authority on the period.
Hornblower meets the Three Musketeers!

Great naval fiction...Hornblower, Aubrey and Quinton - a pantheon of the best adventures at sea

Conn Iggulden

A beautifully written and masterfully told story…an excellent book, well researched, well written and thoroughly enjoyable...terrific characters, a thrilling adventure, and a wonderful sense of time and place…a delightful tale… a naval adventure that goes well beyond the usual outlines of the genre to paint a lively portrait of England in the 1600s…these are superb books…exciting, emotive and utterly convincing, the Quinton Journals lead the field in naval historical fiction

- from reviews of the series

The dramatic climax of the first Quinton book, Gentleman Captain - original artwork by Richard Endsor, the leading authority on late seventeenth century British warships

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