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Douglas Reeman is one of the most popular modern British authors of naval stories, as well as a noted naval historian. Reeman served as an RNVR officer during World War II, and later as a welfare worker and police detective, before publishing his first novel, A Prayer for the Ship, in 1958. In addition to his many general naval novels, Reeman also writes the Blackwood Saga novels of the Royal Marines, and, under the pen name Alexander Kent, Revolutionary/Napoleonic era stories of Richard and Adam Bolitho.