Hazard's Command (The Phillip Hazard Novels)

The Crimean War is at its peak as the winter of 1854 sets in, and Commander Phillip Hazard of the 31-gun, steam-screw frigate Trojan is sent to bring troop reinforcements from Constantinople to Eupatoria. On the way, he must handle an overbearing young nobleman with a taste for blood and the pitiless power of a raging storm.

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By Alan (Oakland, CA) · ★★★☆☆ · August 06, 2014
Another one from the library discard pile. After reading several Hornblower and one Aubrey/Maturin book you would think I've had enough of British naval warfare tales. V.A. Stuart's Philip Horatio Hazard offers something a little different. A story set during the rarely written about Crimean War.... ...more
By Thom (Vuren, Holland, 11, Netherlands) · ★★★☆☆ · June 20, 2011
This is a highly readable book of sail, wind and gun smoke in the greatest British naval tradition. I recommend it for history buffs and readers in general. ...more