A Game of Bones

The Privateersman Mysteries, Volume 6
Narrated by: Peter Wickham
Series: Privateersman Mysteries, Book 6
Length: 12 hrs and 30 mins
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1796… The long-awaited return of the Bucephalas to the safety of Cinque Ports is interrupted by a disastrous engagement in the Channel.

The looming shape of a merchantman becalmed in fog presents an almost irresistible allure. But for Harry Ludlow and his battle-weary crew, the pursuit of one last easy prize leads to a desperate fight. Yet, it is events closer to home that present the greatest danger.

As the Bucephalas seeks refuge in the Solent, the red flags fluttering from the topmasts signal that His Majesty’s Navy has reached a state of full mutiny.

©1997 David Donachie (P)2010 Soundings

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  • mr j m tattersall
  • 04-30-19

typical Donachie

Exceptional writing and narration. Once I started the first in this series, I couldn't stop listening.Wish I had discovered this author earlier.

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  • George
  • 03-29-19

Awful narrator .

The story isn’t bad but the disgusting clot-tic gulping of this narrator spoils it absolutely , it’s like he takes a mouthful of drink at the end of almost every sentence and takes a great swallow before continuing , his microphone skill is just about nil .