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Free Book Friday!

 

Today’s Free Book is:

 

 

Reefs and Shoals by Dewey Lambdin

 

Pity poor Captain Alan Lewrie, Royal Navy! He’s been torn away from a warm shore bed–and the viscount’s daughter who shared it with him–and ordered by Admiralty to the Bahamas, into the teeth of ferocious winter storms.

At least his new orders allow Lewrie to form a small squadron and style himself a commodore. He is to scour the shores of Cuba and Spanish Florida in search of French and Spanish privateers that have been taking British merchantmen at an appalling rate, and call upon neutral American seaports to determine if privateers are getting aid and comfort from that quarter.

The mission will put Lewrie in touch with old friends, old foes, and more frustration than a dog has fleas. As usual, though, Captain Alan Lewrie will find his own unique way to fulfill his duties, and in the doing, find some fun in his own irrepressible manner!

Trade Size Paperback, ISBN 9781250022035

 

 

We will choose one winner at random from comments we receive here on the Blog from PBS members.

 

 

You have until Sunday, July 7, 2013 at 12 noon EDT, to leave a comment.

 

Good Luck to everyone!

 

 

Note: All the books given away on Free Book Friday are available in the PBS Market. We have thousands of new and new overstock titles available right now, with more added hourly. Some of the prices are amazing – and you can use a PBS credit to make the deal even better!

Remember, every new book purchase supports the club and helps keep membership free!

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21 Responses to “Free Book Friday!”

  1. Audrey H. (knerdyknitter) says:

    This book looks intriguing. I don’t normally read this genre, but I’d be interested in giving it a try.

  2. Marcia S. (grandmas) says:

    This author and series is new to me but i love historical fiction so would love to read it! I hope I win!!

  3. Crystal M. (crystalm) says:

    Me!

  4. Agatha W says:

    Love discovering new (to me) authors, and I really enjoy historical fiction. Free books are always good too!

  5. Brian T. (bookboy1971) says:

    I love historical fiction. This books sounds like a good one!!!

  6. Karin R. (katieblue) says:

    Sounds intriguing. Historical fiction is my fav!

  7. Valerie D. (6thdaughter) says:

    Let’s have it!

  8. Brenda (smash) , says:

    Pick me!

  9. Mollie P. says:

    Always looking for something new!

  10. Anita B. (anitalbb) says:

    Heading into a winter storm, ala Hurricane Sandy, say 250 years ago……..an interesting scenario

  11. Tam R. (sammysue) says:

    I would love to win this book.

  12. Dee W. (dwolters) says:

    Would love to win. Thanks

  13. Cheryl says:

    ME, me, me!

  14. Nena C.(camperchick) says:

    Count me in! Thanks! 🙂

  15. Carol G. (clynsg) says:

    This is one of the genre I hadn’t heard of before, but sounds as if it might be good.

  16. Rebecca says:

    Historical fiction is always a good read.

  17. Doug H. (brodough) says:

    I was turned on to the genre about twenty years ago when I found a box of random books in the garage of a house we bought. There was a lone Horatio Hornblower. I have loved the genre ever since, so always great to get turned on to authors I’m unfamiliar with. Since finding the book in the garage (in Montana) I have lived on an island in the middle of the Bering Sea, an island on the Chukchi Sea, and now live in the incredible maritime community of Juneau, AK.

  18. Desmond W. (desmond) says:

    Count me in, please!

  19. ANNA S. (SanJoseCa) says:

    I love historical fiction!

  20. Elizabeth Lewis says:

    I love finding new authors! This book sounds like it’d be hard to put down 🙂

  21. Carole (craftnut) says:

    Pick me!

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