The French Admiral by Dewey Lambdin: a short review

The one excellent book in a series I generally dislike, this one tells the story of the Battle of Yorktown from the perspective of the losing side. Terrifically imagined; nicely executed. And, for once, Lewrie behaves himself.


This short review was originally published on LibraryThing.

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