Under Enemy Colors by S. Thomas Russell
(Charles Hayden)

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Born to an English father and a French mother, lieutenant Charles Saunders Hayden?s career is damned by his ?mixed? heritage. Assigned to the HMS Themis, an aging frigate under the command of a captain reviled by his crew for both his brutality towards his men and his cowardice in battle, Hayden is torn between honor and duty, as the British navy engages the French in a centuries-old struggle for power.


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S. Thomas Russell is a life-long sailor whose passion for the sport—and love of Patrick O’Brian’s seafaring novels— inspired Under Enemy Colors.
Published September 6, 2007 by Berkley. 508 pages
Genres: History, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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A young British officer takes to the high seas in this seafaring adventure circa 1793.

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