Maritime action in the frozen Arctic
1852: It would be one of the most famous rescue missions ever attempted. For Lieutenant Kit Killigrew, the opportunity to search the Arctic for Sir John Franklin’s ill-fated expedition is a dream come true. Soon it becomes the stuff of nightmares.
When a captain more interested in personal glory than safety forces them into uncharted waters, Killigrew begins to doubt they will ever get out alive, let alone find Franklin. As desperation sets in, Killigrew knows he must act. But then, to add to their troubles, a creature of almost mythical proportions starts to pick off the crew, one by one…
Killigrew and the North-West Passage evokes the true horror of an Arctic winter. Jonathan Lunn’s most chilling and exciting novel yet is perfect for readers of Bernard Cornwell and Patrick O’Brian.Praise for the Killigrew Novels
‘Leaves the reader breathless for his next voyage’ Northern Echo
‘Action-packed and well-researched… in the vein of Forester and O’Brian but with its own distinctive flavour’ Good Book Guide
‘A rollicking tale with plenty of punches’ Lancashire Evening Post
‘A hero to rival any Horatio Hornblower. Swashbuckling? You bet’ Belfast TelegraphThe Kit Killigrew Naval Series
- Killigrew of the Royal Navy
- Killigrew and the Golden Dragon
- Killigrew and the Incorrigibles
- Killigrew and the North-West Passage
- Killigrew’s Run
- Killigrew and the Sea Devil
About the Author
Jonathan Lunn studied history at the University of Leicester, where he became involved in politics. He worked for six years as a spin doctor for the modern-day equivalent of the Whigs. He is the author of six Killigrew Naval Adventures, and two Medieval action thrillers featuring Kemp, an English Longbowman in The Hundred Years' War.