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Winds of Battle - The Journey of James Addington

Sent to sea as a young midshipman, James Addington, is the son of a British Admiral following in his father’s footsteps. Born in the colonies, he sails from New York City in 1770 aboard H.M.S. Andromeda. Over the next three years, battling pirates and slavers, the young man matures into a loyal officer of the Royal Navy. But
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Kindle Edition, 366 pages
Published October 9th 2011 by Jupiter Pixel, Jupiter, FL.
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