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Annapolis (Paperback)

Author:  William Martin
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0765363607
ISBN-13: 9780765363602
Sku: 212643693
Publish Date: 3/30/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.5H x 4.25L x 1.5T
Pages:  866
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In his most ambitious novel, Martin tells a tale of romance and courage, honor and patriotism, an ode to the men and women who have made the proud traditions of the United States Navy. Available in a tall Premium Edition.
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The gripping and passionate story of a brave, stubborn, ambitious and idealistic American clan, the Staffords, who have been sworn to protect American shores throughout its history and in case of future emergencies, follows the family from the Civil War, through Vietnam, and beyond. Reprint.
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A chronicle of a seafaring Maryland family.

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"A lively, engrossing saga that brings epic chapters of US history out of the archival hold into the bracing air of the quarterdeck." 04/15/1996

New York Times Book Review
"...[R]eading 'Annapolis' is a relatively painless way to absorb more than 200 years of United States naval history, from the frigate Constitution to modern nuclear submarines....'Annapolis' is best when Mr. Martin steers his plot clear of both its amazing coincidences and its main framing device....At its most vivid, the book provides a lively picture of life in the 19th-century Navy, replete with seasickness and floggings as well as horrific battles. Readers who bring 'Annapolis' to the beach will be thankful they're cruising in nothing more dangerous than a beach chair." - Polly Morrice 07/21/1996

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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0866
Product attributePublisher:   Forge
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