Something about those Irish writers. Can smell the peat from here.
An interesting setting and cast of characters.
The definitive story of a historic ship.
I really wanted to like this book but the format just did not work for me. Shiloh and The March receive only a couple pages.
Fast paced. A bit too cut-and-dried with a confusing array of second tier characters.
Manages to cover a lot of ground and makes a fair effort in addressing both sides of a very complex man.
The early Spenser’s have bit more edge than the subsequent decades.
A pretty good one from early in the series.
The kind of book I sometimes feel compelled to read to see if it can provide some sort of insight to the chimera on the screen. It can’t, but who’s fault is that?
Really well written. Great maps and talent for explaining the high and low level strategies.
An interesting look behind the scenes.
One of the few duds I have come across in this series.
Never thought Heydrich could make it into a plot line, but author manages to pull it off.
Pretty good overall with some interesting observations.
Not really sure what I think of this series, but I keep reading.