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By: John Dravsky

HMS Rutland

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A Royal Navy frigate, HMS Rutland, is conducting a scientific experiment when something goes terribly wrong, and they find themselves with no engines and confronted by a Royal Navy sloop from 1805. 

Julia Mitchenson, the Captain of Rutland, and Charles Austen, of HMS Indian combine to destroy a French frigate and outwit the powerful Invisible squadron in a race to reverse the time slip. Julia and Charles are drawn to each other, as are Lt Benna Garret and Lt William Mends.

The story combines the sly humour of Patrick O’Brien and the social observation of Jane Austen in a gripping and well-researched story that has action, romance and more than a touch of science fiction.

John Dravsky is the pen name of a retired teacher who lives in North Kent. He has been passionately interested in writing all his life, and writes across many genres, from Historical to social commentary via science fiction. 

His interests involve playing music, to acting in amateur dramatics, and is actively engaged in the environment. 

John is closely involved with his family, and as a single parent still has a lot to do with his grandchildren, despite them being spread from Northumberland to Wiltshire.

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