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Douglas Reeman is not only one of the most prolific maritime fiction writers but also one of the most popular. He also writes under the pseudonym Alexander Kent. His series character is Richard Bolitho who rises through the ranks as the series progresses, al la Hornblower. A highly consistent writer who never lets his readers down he is to be highly recommended to those not yet familiar with his work. The majority of titles are, I believe, in print but any that are not or for rare first editions and collectable copies please check our secondhand booksellers section which  may be of some assistance.

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The Early Novels of Douglas Reeman
 
Title   Date Notes
A Prayer for the Ship Jarrolds 1958  
High Water Jarrolds 1959  
Send a Gunboat Jarrolds 1960  
Dive in the Sun Hutchinson 1961  
The Hostile Shore Hutchinson 1962  
The Last Raider Hutchinson 1963  
With Blood and Iron Hutchinson 1964  
HMS Saracen Hutchinson 1965  
Path of the Storm Hutchinson 1966  
The Deep Silence Hutchinson 1967  
The Pride and the Anguish Hutchinson 1968  
To Risks Unknown Hutchinson 1969  
The Greatest Enemy Hutchinson 1970  
Against the Sea Hutchinson 1971 non fiction
Rendezvous South Atlantic Hutchinson 1972  
Go in and Sink Hutchinson 1973  
The Destroyers Hutchinson 1974  
Winged Escort Hutchinson 1975  
Surface with daring Hutchinson 1976  
Strike from the Sea Hutchinson 1978  
A Ship Must Die Hutchinson 1979  
Torpedo Run Hutchinson 1981  
Badge of Glory Hutchinson 1982  
The First to Land Hutchinson 1984  
The Volunteers Hutchinson 1985  
The Iron Pirate Heinemann 1986  
In Dangers Hours Heinemann 1988  
The White Guns Heinemann 1989  
The Killing Ground Heinemann 1991  
The horizon Heinemann 1993  
Sunset Heinemann 1994  

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