Mr Fitton in Command

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ISBN 9780571251995 Format Paperback
9780571251995
Paperback
Published 18/06/2009 Length 174 pages
174

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After a disastrous and dangerous encounter with a French frigate Michael Fitton, master's mate, finds himself in charge of the Courier's few survivors. Although not a stranger to danger, Fitton faces further peril as the crew are forced to land on an enemy-occupied island. There is also the added complication of the young wife of the British Envoy to Malta and her lover being among the survivors.

With a mutiny imminent will Mr Fitton be able to retain control of the Courier and ensure that she and her passengers all return safely?

Mr Fitton in Command was first published in 1995 and is one of a series of fictional novels about Michael Fitton, real-life sailor and hero.

After a disastrous and dangerous encounter with a French frigate Michael Fitton, master's mate, finds himself in charge of the Courier's few survivors. Although not a stranger to danger, Fitton faces further peril as the crew are forced to land on an enemy-occupied island. There is also the added complication of the young wife of the British Envoy to Malta and her lover being among the survivors. With a mutiny imminent will Mr Fitton be able to retain control of the Courier and ensure that she and her passengers all return safely? Mr Fitton in Command was first published in 1995 and is one of a series of fictional novels about Michael Fitton, real-life sailor and hero.
  • About Showell Styles

    Showell Styles was born Frank Showell Styles in 1908. His childhood was spent in the Welsh hills and he became an avid mountaineer and explorer. During the war, Styles joined the Navy and was posted in the Mediterranean, but even there he walked and climbed as much as he could.

    An aspiring writer, Styles already had articles published in Punch, before setting out toe make his living as an author. His first novel, Traitor's Mountain, was a murder mystery set on and around Tryfan in Wales. He became a prolific writer with over 160 books published. As well as books on mountains such as The Mountaineer's Weekend Book, he wrote detective fiction under the pseudonym of Glyn Carr, and humorous pieces as C.L. Inker.

    Showell Styles died in 2005.

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