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Topic - Dewey Lambdin
Check the log, shipmate: Dewey Lambdin has left Alexander Kent and C.S. Forester hull-down in an ocean of words and is closing on Patrick O'Brian as the most prolific historical novelist to celebrate a Royal Navy mariner during the age of sail.
A jacket blurb quotes a reviewer: "You could get addicted to this series. Easily." True. So very true. A score of pages into Dewey Lambdin's rousing adventure yarn, and I was hooked. Totally.