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1 Forester, C. S. Hornblower and the Hotspur (Horatio Hornblower series #3)
New York Pinnacle Books 1974 0523003838 / 9780523003832 Mass Market Paperback Fair 


Spine curved, cover shows edgewear, rubbing and creasing. Text starting to yellow and cracked at p. 150, but clean and unmarked.

"The newly promoted Commander Hornblower faces his most trying assignment in this, the third episode in the world-famous Hornblower saga. Ignoring the lure of prize money, he risks death to defend the British Atlantic Fleet from a French warship many times the size of his own sloop, Hotspur. It is 1803. War with France has resumed, and Napoleon is preparing for a naval conquest of England. Hornblower, attached to the English Channel Fleet, is commissioned with the Hotspur to act as a spy along the French coast, near Brest. He masterminds a daring plan to sabotage a major signaling station on French soil - a plan that nearly fails before culminating in a spectacularly successful land raid. And then he sails on. Harried by blizzards and short of supplies, Hornblower - a genius at the helm and an intrepid warrior always - fights his way to brilliant victories and recognition by non other than the Admiral of the Fleet himself."; 6" - 7" Tall
005647 
Price: 6.00 USD

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2 Forester, C. S. Hornblower and the Hotspur (Horatio Hornblower series #3)
New York Pinnacle Books 1977 0523003838 / 9780523003832 Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 


Reading creases, very minor edgewear, corners slightly bumped. A nice, attractive copy.

"The newly promoted Commander Hornblower faces his most trying assignment in this, the third episode in the world-famous Hornblower saga. Ignoring the lure of prize money, he risks death to defend the British Atlantic Fleet from a French warship many times the size of his own sloop, Hotspur. It is 1803. War with France has resumed, and Napoleon is preparing for a naval conquest of England. Hornblower, attached to the English Channel Fleet, is commissioned with the Hotspur to act as a spy along the French coast, near Brest. He masterminds a daring plan to sabotage a major signaling station on French soil - a plan that nearly fails before culminating in a spectacularly successful land raid. And then he sails on. Harried by blizzards and short of supplies, Hornblower - a genius at the helm and an intrepid warrior always - fights his way to brilliant victories and recognition by non other than the Admiral of the Fleet himself."; 6" - 7" Tall
006421 
Price: 7.95 USD

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3 Forester, C. S. To the Indies
Nashville, TN Bantam Books 1955 Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 


Spine somewhat slanted, some edgewear/bumping. Text is starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"They were the conquerors - bold, reckless men, greedy to seize an Empire, and to load their ships with gold, pearls, and stolen women. They were bluebloods from the ancient nobility of Spain - and criminals from the jails of every seaport. Only a leader of fiery will and raw physical courage could whip these men into obedience--and Don Narciso was a man of letters - not the sword."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
004888 
Price: 5.95 USD

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