Fire Over England

Fire Over England

Autor: A.E.W. Mason

In 1588. relations between Spain and England are at the breaking point. British sea raiders regularly capture Spanish merchantmen bringing gold from the New World with the support of Queen Elizabeth I. „Fire Over England” is the story of Robin Aubrey. a supposedly orphaned Etonian whose ambition in life is to both serve his queen and avenge his father who fell foul of the „The Spanish Inquisition”. He assembles a small fleet with a view to help fight off the Spanish Armada. However. his apparent free-hand in his own destiny is over-ridden by Elizabeth’s advisor. Walsingham. who targets young Aubrey and sends him off to Spain as a spy for Her Majesty. A fun. romantic spy story full of action and intrigue and set in an interesting period of history.

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Cena: 14.9


The Kingdom of the Sun

Autor: Alexander Maitland Stephen

A young man. Richard Anson is a crewman on board Sir Francis Drake’s „Golden Hind”. which is travelling north to the coast of what will one day become British Columbia. „The Kingdom of the Sun: A Romance of the Far West Coast” (1927) is an adventure novel by Alexander Maitland Stephen (May 8. 1882 – July 1. 1942). who was a Canadian author of poetry and fiction. He began writing in the early 1920s. His first book was a volume of poetry called „The Rosary of Pan” which was published in 1923. He wrote two novels. the first being „The Kingdom of the Sun” in 1927. Most of his books were published by J.M. Dent and Sons where his brother worked as a vice-president. In March 1942 he became ill with pneumonia and died in Vancouver on July 1. 1942.

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