Voyage of Reprisal

Voyage of Reprisal (Elizabethan Sea Dogs Book 1)
Voyage of Reprisal
Kevin J. Glynn
Embark on a riveting journey back to 1585, a time when the seas were battlegrounds and loyalty was tested at every wave. "Voyage of Reprisal" invites you into the Elizabethan era, under the reign of Elizabeth I, where danger and adventure await at every horizon.
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About the Author

Kevin J. Glynn earned a bachelor of arts degree in Journalism from the University of Rhode Island and has a background in naval intelligence. He served as a special agent with the U. S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service for 24 years He is retired and resides with his wife near the beach in the southeastern United States. Kevin's sea tales are perfect for readers who appreciate Patrick O'Brien (the Aubrey/Maturin series), Herman Melville (Moby Dick), and Robert Louis Stevenson (Treasure Island). Readers of more contemporary works, such as Michael Crichton's "Pirate Latitudes" or Andrew Wareham's "The Call of the Sea" series will enjoy reading Kevin's novels His first novel, "VOYAGE OF REPRISAL," took him 11 years to write and edit while he was employed and helping to raise two children. Once he retired, he was able to write, edit and Indie-publish a sequel, "THE ENGLISH CORSAIR," in one year. His next book (coming soon) is titled: "ARMADA: THE INVINCIBLE." His nautical fiction books fall under a series called "Elizabethan Sea Dogs" which takes place during the age of sail in the 16th Century Renaissance period. They are epic sea tales, filled with intrigue, action and adventure, personal conflicts, and war at sea. Kevin carefully researched his material and filled his books with accurate details, fascinating characters, and a page-turning storylines.

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