Harbor of Spies by Robin Lloyd

Harbor of Spies

HARBOR OF SPIES is an historical novel set in Havana in 1863 during the American Civil War, when the Spanish colonial city was alive with intrigue and war related espionage. The protagonist - a young American ship captain by the name of Everett Townsend - is pulled into the war, not as a Naval Academy midshipman, as he had once hoped, but as the captain of a Havana-based blockade-running schooner. Even as Townsend gets entangled in the war effort...


Details Harbor of Spies

TitleHarbor of Spies
ISBN9781493032266
Author
Release DateMar 1st, 2018
PublisherLyons Press
LanguageEnglish
GenreHistorical, Historical Fiction, Fiction
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Reviews Harbor of Spies

  • Ethel
    1970-01-01
    Harbor of Spies by Robin LloydIt's 1863, America's Civil War is raging and 19 year old Captain Everett Townsend steers his blockade-runner schooner into the harbor at Havana. This young man had taken over the command of the schooner unwillingly when the original captain met his end during a horrific storm. While overnight at anchor in the harbor, upon hearing the cries of "help" a man called Michael Abbott was rescued and brought aboard. Colonial...
  • C.R. Elliott
    1970-01-01
    *I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Harbor of Spies was an unexpected delight. A work of historical fiction that doesn't dwell too heavily on the romance or the lessons of history but instead just throws you into that world. The book follows a lot of the usual structures of an "every man" story because Everett is able to slip in and out of many worlds easily and if the story was about his internal world...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    A Wonderful readMr Lloyd has written a book that not only grips the reader from the first pages but holds on through the twists and turns it takes. His words bring to life the time and place of Cuba in the mid19th century in a way that makes one feel as if a part of the story. It was educative while entertaining and I find myself hoping that there will be a sequel. This being his second well written book, I can only hope he is on a roll.