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  • Havoc's Sword
  • Written by Dewey Lambdin
    Read by John Lee
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On Sale: January 01, 2003
ISBN: 978-1-4159-0756-6
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About Dewey Lambdin

Dewey Lambdin - Havoc's Sword

Dewey Lambdin, a self-described navy brat, has been a sailor since 1976, with a special taste for cruising the Gulf of Mexico in his sloop. He is the author of seven Alan Lewrie novels: The King's Coat, The French Admiral, The King's Commission, The King's Privateer, The Gun Ketch, H.M.S. Cockerel, and A King's Commander. A member of the Naval Institute, Dewey Lambdin makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee.

About John Lee

John Lee - Havoc's Sword
John  Lee is a renowned actor, director, and writer. He has read more than eighty audiobooks for BOT, including Drood by Dan Simmons, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows, and The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk as well as several of Patrick O’Brian’s Master and Commander series. In addition to theater and film work, he has written several plays.

  • Havoc's Sword by Dewey Lambdin
  • January 01, 2003
  • Fiction
  • Random House Audio
  • $19.98
  • 9781415907566

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