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The King's Marauder
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DEWEY LAMBDIN is the author of nineteen previous Alan Lewrie novels. A member of the U.S. Naval Institute and a Friend of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England, he spends his free time working and sailing. He makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, but would much prefer Margaritaville or Murrells Inlet.

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Praise for the Alan Lewrie series "Great naval action and deep historical detail in the vein of O'Brian and Forester." --"Kirkus Reviews" (starred)

"You could get addicted to this series. Easily." --"The New York Times Book Review

""The best naval adventure series since C. S. Forester." --"Library Journal

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"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." --"The Washington Times

""Lambdin succeeds with high-seas action, bravado, and Lewrie's characteristic antics, putting himself in good company with Julian Stockwin and Seth Hunter as worthy successors to the popular 18th- and 19th-century naval adventures of Forester, Kent, and Pope. ... Lewrie is a delightfully randy and irreverent character, the perfect man to walk the quarterdeck of a Royal Navy frigate." --"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)

"A hugely entertaining naval adventure (a la Forester and O'Brian) with a different kind of protagonist. ... Not merely a worthy entry in the very popular Lewrie series but a top-of-the-line naval adventure that can be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who've never met Captain Lewrie until now." --"Booklist

""The brilliantly stylish American master of salty-tongued British naval tales." --"Kirkus Reviews

""Lewrie is a marvelous creation, resourceful and bold." --James L. Nelson, author of the Revolution at Sea Saga

"Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series." --Bernard Cornwell

"Naval adventures in the time of wooden ships and iron men form a distinct literary genre. Nashville novelist Dewey Lambdin has mastered it." --"Chapter 16"


Praise for "The King's Marauder" "With Lewrie in command, action, adventure, and intrigue are guaranteed to keep discriminating fans of maritime historical fiction hugely entertained." --"Booklist
""Another rollicking Lewrie adventure of iron men in wooden ships. ... When guns are run out, Lambdin always offers a powder-reeking precis on fighting under sail. ... Great fun on every page, and with more over the horizon." --"Kirkus Reviews""Dewey Lambdin's humor and charm, spiced with a healthy measure of salt air and the pungent aroma of burnt gunpowder, continues to engage readers. ... Lambdin remains one of nautical fiction's finest contemporary authors." --"Quarterdeck
""Sir Alan's adventures provide a wonderful brush with which to paint pictures of life in the Royal Navy during these history-rich years of revolution, diplomacy, and intrigue." --"Chapter 16
"Praise for the Alan Lewrie series
"Great naval action and deep historical detail in the vein of O'Brian and Forester." --"Kirkus Reviews" (starred)
"You could get addicted to this series. Easily." --"The New York Times Book Review
""The best naval adventure series since C. S. Forester." --"Library Journal
""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." --"The Washington Times
""Lambdin succeeds with high-seas action, bravado, and Lewrie's characteristic antics, putting himself in good company with Julian Stockwin and Seth Hunter as worthy successors to the popular 18th- and 19th-century naval adventures of Forester, Kent, and Pope. ... Lewrie is a delightfully randy and irreverent character, the perfect man to walk the quarterdeck of a Royal Navy frigate." --"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"A hugely entertaining naval adventure (a la Forester and O'Brian) with a different kind of protagonist. ... Not merely a worthy entry in the very popular Lewrie series but a top-of-the-line naval adventure that can be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who've never met Captain Lewrie until now." --"Booklist
""The brilliantly stylish American master of salty-tongued British naval tales." --"Kirkus Reviews
""Lewrie is a marvelous creation, resourceful and bold." --James L. Nelson, author of the Revolution at Sea Saga
"Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series." --Bernard Cornwell
"Naval adventures in the time of wooden ships and iron men form a distinct literary genre. Nashville novelist Dewey Lambdin has mastered it." --"Chapter 16"
"With Lewrie in command, action, adventure, and intrigue are guaranteed to keep discriminating fans of maritime historical fiction hugely entertained." --"Booklist
""Another rollicking Lewrie adventure of iron men in wooden ships. ... When guns are run out, Lambdin always offers a powder-reeking precis on fighting under sail. ... Great fun on every page, and with more over the horizon." --"Kirkus Reviews""Dewey Lambdin's humor and charm, spiced with a healthy measure of salt air and the pungent aroma of burnt gunpowder, continues to engage readers. ... Lambdin remains one of nautical fiction's finest contemporary authors." --"Quarterdeck
""Sir Alan's adventures provide a wonderful brush with which to paint pictures of life in the Royal Navy during these history-rich years of revolution, diplomacy, and intrigue." --"Chapter 16
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"Great naval action and deep historical detail in the vein of O'Brian and Forester." --"Kirkus Reviews" (starred)
"You could get addicted to this series. Easily." --"The New York Times Book Review
""The best naval adventure series since C. S. Forester." --"Library Journal
""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." --"The Washington Times
""Lambdin succeeds with high-seas action, bravado, and Lewrie's characteristic antics, putting himself in good company with Julian Stockwin and Seth Hunter as worthy successors to the popular 18th- and 19th-century naval adventures of Forester, Kent, and Pope. ... Lewrie is a delightfully randy and irreverent character, the perfect man to walk the quarterdeck of a Royal Navy frigate." --"Publishers Weekly" (starred review)
"A hugely entertaining naval adventure (a la Forester and O'Brian) with a different kind of protagonist. ... Not merely a worthy entry in the very popular Lewrie series but a top-of-the-line naval adventure that can be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who've never met Captain Lewrie until now." --"Booklist
""The brilliantly stylish American master of salty-tongued British naval tales." --"Kirkus Reviews
""Lewrie is a marvelous creation, resourceful and bold." --James L. Nelson, author of the Revolution at Sea Saga
"Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series." --Bernard Cornwell
"Naval adventures in the time of wooden ships and iron men form a distinct literary genre. Nashville novelist Dewey Lambdin has mastered it." --"Chapter 16"

With Lewrie in command, action, adventure, and intrigue are guaranteed to keep discriminating fans of maritime historical fiction hugely entertained. "Booklist"

Another rollicking Lewrie adventure of iron men in wooden ships. When guns are run out, Lambdin always offers a powder-reeking precis on fighting under sail. Great fun on every page, and with more over the horizon. "Kirkus Reviews"

Dewey Lambdin's humor and charm, spiced with a healthy measure of salt air and the pungent aroma of burnt gunpowder, continues to engage readers. Lambdin remains one of nautical fiction's finest contemporary authors. "Quarterdeck"

Sir Alan's adventures provide a wonderful brush with which to paint pictures of life in the Royal Navy during these history-rich years of revolution, diplomacy, and intrigue. "Chapter 16"

Great naval action and deep historical detail in the vein of O'Brian and Forester. "Kirkus Reviews (starred)"

You could get addicted to this series. Easily. "The New York Times Book Review"

The best naval adventure series since C. S. Forester. "Library Journal"

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. "The Washington Times"

Lambdin succeeds with high-seas action, bravado, and Lewrie's characteristic antics, putting himself in good company with Julian Stockwin and Seth Hunter as worthy successors to the popular 18th- and 19th-century naval adventures of Forester, Kent, and Pope. ... Lewrie is a delightfully randy and irreverent character, the perfect man to walk the quarterdeck of a Royal Navy frigate. "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"

A hugely entertaining naval adventure (a la Forester and O'Brian) with a different kind of protagonist. ... Not merely a worthy entry in the very popular Lewrie series but a top-of-the-line naval adventure that can be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who've never met Captain Lewrie until now. "Booklist"

The brilliantly stylish American master of salty-tongued British naval tales. "Kirkus Reviews"

Lewrie is a marvelous creation, resourceful and bold. "James L. Nelson, author of the Revolution at Sea Saga"

Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series. "Bernard Cornwell"

Naval adventures in the time of wooden ships and iron men form a distinct literary genre. Nashville novelist Dewey Lambdin has mastered it. "Chapter 16""


"With Lewrie in command, action, adventure, and intrigue are guaranteed to keep discriminating fans of maritime historical fiction hugely entertained." --Booklist

"Another rollicking Lewrie adventure of iron men in wooden ships. ... When guns are run out, Lambdin always offers a powder-reeking precis on fighting under sail. ... Great fun on every page, and with more over the horizon." --Kirkus Reviews

"Dewey Lambdin's humor and charm, spiced with a healthy measure of salt air and the pungent aroma of burnt gunpowder, continues to engage readers. ... Lambdin remains one of nautical fiction's finest contemporary authors." --Quarterdeck

"Sir Alan's adventures provide a wonderful brush with which to paint pictures of life in the Royal Navy during these history-rich years of revolution, diplomacy, and intrigue." --Chapter 16

"Great naval action and deep historical detail in the vein of O'Brian and Forester." --Kirkus Reviews (starred)

"You could get addicted to this series. Easily." --The New York Times Book Review

"The best naval adventure series since C. S. Forester." --Library Journal

"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." --The Washington Times

"Lambdin succeeds with high-seas action, bravado, and Lewrie's characteristic antics, putting himself in good company with Julian Stockwin and Seth Hunter as worthy successors to the popular 18th- and 19th-century naval adventures of Forester, Kent, and Pope. ... Lewrie is a delightfully randy and irreverent character, the perfect man to walk the quarterdeck of a Royal Navy frigate." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"A hugely entertaining naval adventure (a la Forester and O'Brian) with a different kind of protagonist. ... Not merely a worthy entry in the very popular Lewrie series but a top-of-the-line naval adventure that can be thoroughly enjoyed by readers who've never met Captain Lewrie until now." --Booklist

"The brilliantly stylish American master of salty-tongued British naval tales." --Kirkus Reviews

"Lewrie is a marvelous creation, resourceful and bold." --James L. Nelson, author of the Revolution at Sea Saga

"Stunning naval adventure, reeking of powder and mayhem. I wish I had written this series." --Bernard Cornwell

"Naval adventures in the time of wooden ships and iron men form a distinct literary genre. Nashville novelist Dewey Lambdin has mastered it." --Chapter 16

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