The Baltic Prize Collectors Set
This year there’ll be a second title and therefore another Kydd Series Collectors Set, The Baltic Prize. These signed, numbered and embossed First Edition Sets are strictly limited in number to 500 only. I’m happy to write a short dedication on request. The Subscription list is filling rapidly so if you’re interested don’t delay to avoid disappointment. Payment is via the links here
Here’s what two of my editors said of the manuscript of The Baltic Prize:
‘Another brilliant yarn, set against a series of terrific northern backdrops, full of suspense. Many congratulations – I’m sure that hosts of readers will be as enthralled by this one as I was.
‘Many thanks for another superb Kydd outing. As usual you have mixed fascinating historical detail with stirring action and characterisation.’
And here’s a taster…
1808. Parted from his new bride, Captain Sir Thomas Kydd is called away to join the Northern Expedition to Sweden, now Britain’s only ally in the Baltic. Following the sudden declaration of war by Russia and with the consequent threat of the czar’s great fleet in St Petersburg, the expedition must defend Britain’s dearly-won freedom in the those waters.
However Kydd finds his popular fame as a frigate captain is a poisoned chalice; in the face of jealousy and envy from his fellow captains, the distrust of the commander-in-chief and the betrayal of friendship by a former brother-in-arms now made his subordinate, can he redeem his reputation?
In an entirely hostile sea Tyger ranges from the frozen north to the deadly confines of the Danish Sound – and plays a pivotal role in the situation ensuing after the czar’s sudden attack on Finland. This climaxes in the first clash of fleets between Great Britain and Russia in history. To the victor will be the prize of the Baltic itself!
The Baltic Prize will be published in hardback, ebook and audio download November 2 in the UK by Hodder & Stoughton. It will also be available in the States in ebook and audiodownload at that time, with the hardback coming out there on January 2.
Hi Julian, I have pre ordered the Baltic Prize but have moved house from 15 Magdalen road co15 3lz new address is 20 Magdalen road co15 3nb hope that it finds me best regards Phil
Noted, thanks Phil
Dear Jules! I am quite certain that I signed a standing order but cannot find a confirmation. It may have fallen through the cracks because I changed my email from “firstname.lastname@example.org” to “email@example.com”.Anyway, I ordered the collectors set Baltic today and if I get 2 of them it makes a nice present to a friend.
New email noted, Peter. At the moment you have paid for one BALTIC PRIZE Collectors Set but if you did wish to have two let me know. There is still some availability but the subscription list is filling fast.
Please could I have the usual #9 for me, plus one to my uncle in the USA. Please would you paypal invoice firstname.lastname@example.org rather than email@example.com
Hope all is well for you, Kathy and team.
Please confirm that I am signed up for all your forthcoming collectors sets.
Regards John A. Davey.
Thanks for your good wishes, John. Happy to confirm you’re on the list for future collectors sets.
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Greetings Jules, my last two signed books were numbered 250 of 500, can the next one also be 250 please?
Well one can only ask.
Request noted, will do my best!
I think I have previously established a set order for each collectors set, can you confirm? If not, I would like to set that up if you can confirm if I need to do anything else.
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Standing order set up, Stephen. Will be in touch a bit closer to publication re payment.
On the list!
Goodly moaning dear Jules. Sad to relate but I cannot successfully link on to Payment via the “links here” to order my copy of “The Baltic Prize”. Please register my application and send required info etc. Bst rgds. George.
Try this link https://julianstockwin.com/2017/07/18/the-baltic-prize-collectors-set/ – others have used it without any problems. If you’re still not getting through email me firstname.lastname@example.org