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A Burial at Sea by Charles Finch
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Jan 17, 12

Read in December, 2011

Read this in one sitting. A year or two after his marriage and election to Parliament our Charles Lennox is thrust into two new worlds: the enclosed environment of a naval ship at sea and that of international intrigue. Multiple murders on his transport ship cause Lennox to dust off his detective skills to catch a murderer. But no matter how import this solution is the everyone on board that reality remains that the only critically important part of his mission will take place at his destination.

I’ve never had how the microcosm a British naval ship functions described so well before. Nor understood all the roles that is needed to keep the ship functioning fit together. And, perhaps, more importantly today’s environment, what happens to a military career when the latest war is over and it downsizes.

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