"William C. Hammond writes well and has a good grasp of history and nautical matters which bring authenticity to his books, and he is clearly an author to follow. If you haven’t started reading him yet, I recommend you do!"—NavyFiction.com
Bill Hammond, author of FOR LOVE OF COUNTRY, is the 2011 Gold Medal recipient for “Historical Fiction Protagonist” as awarded by the Military Writers Society of America.
For Love of Country is the second novel of the early American republic from William Hammond. Set in the early 1780s in the years following the American Revolution, it features the adventures of the seafaring Cutler family of Hingham, Massachusetts, and the supporting cast from the first novel of the series, A Matter of Honor.
William C. Hammond is a novelist, literary agent, and business consultant. A lifelong student of history and a sailing enthusiast, he frequently sails on Lake Superior and off the coast of New England. He lives with his family in Minneapolis, MN. His first novel in the Cutler chronicles, A Matter of Honor, was published in 2007. Check out the author's blog.
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"A rollicking good read full of battles, glory, and high seas adventure, all firmly rooted in this nation's maritime history, which the author knows and portrays well."—JAMES L. NELSON, author of George Washington's Secret Navy
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