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Ned Yorke Series by Dudley Pope

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Ned Yorke Series by Dudley Pope

Post by 80 Winters on Thu 22 Mar 2012, 04:22

Written in the 1980's by Pope, these HNF novels are of an earlier period (1650's) than that commonly explored by most HNF writers of the past 75 years. However, modern authors of HNF have returned to this period of sail to provide historical background for their novels. Case in point is Richard Woodman's new Kit Faulkner series.

Pope's Ned Yorke series finds its background in the Caribbean (Jamaica). The series begins with Yorke as an Engilsh Royalist Buccaneer moves on to Admiral then Galleon and ends with Corsair as Yorke, as Admiral of the Brethren leads the defense of Jamaica.

I've got the series, but haven't read them yet. I like Dudley Pope, so I will read them as soon as I "clear the decks".
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