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At the annual meeting of the "Young Bucks Club", four officers serving in the Royal Navy during the Age of Sail share ghostly naval tales.

The second book in Emma Collingwood's and Amandine de Villeneuve's "Penny, Dreadful and Tarbottom"-series, "The Radiant Boy" is an eerie and touching tribute to the classic English ghost story and the Royal Navy.
Paperback, 100 pages
Published November 2010 by Books on Demand Gmbh
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Reni
This short e-book was available for free from the author's website around christmas. I had already read and liked the short story "The Last Service" which is also included in this book, so I was intrigued.

I like this a lot better than the author's novella (which had potential but was much too short!). The short-story format really suits the author's easy style, very reminiscent of a 19th century fairy tale, which fits the content perfectly. (Hopefully she will write more?)

After Les Miserables I
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