The fourth book in the series is now available as an audiobook, again narrated by
David Lane Pusey
Holbrooke’s Tide is the first book where George Holbrooke features as a commanding officer in his own right.
It is 1758, and the Seven Years War is at its height. The Duke of Cumberland’s Hanoverian army has been pushed back to the river Elbe while the French are using the medieval fortified city of Emden to resupply their army and to anchor its left flank.
George Holbrooke has recently returned from the Jamaica Station in command of a sloop-of-war. He is under orders to survey and blockade the approaches to Emden in advance of the arrival of a British squadron. The French garrison and their Austrian allies are nervous. With their supply line cut, they are in danger of being isolated when the French army is forced to retreat in the face of the new Prussian-led army that is gathering on the Elbe. Can the French be bluffed out of Emden? Is this Holbrooke’s flood tide that will lead to his next promotion?
The Carlisle & Holbrooke series follows the exploits of the two men through the Seven Years War and into the period of turbulent relations between Britain and her American colonies in the 1760s.
Clicking the picture above will take you to the Amazon USA website.
You can also download a copy from your local Amazon marketplace (Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, UK) by going directly to the appropriate website and searching for ‘Holbrooke’s Tide.’
And here’s a link to the Amazon UK site
The audiobooks are also available from Audible and iTunes.
Look out for future audio book releases. I hope they will come at two-or-three-month intervals until they have caught up with the Kindle and paperback editions.