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CAPTAIN JUSTICE

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Full Name: Captain John Valcourt Justice
Nationality: British
Organization: The Board
Occupation Agent

Creator: Anthony Forrest
Time Span: 1981 - 1984

ABOUT THE SERIES

First Look:
       Captain Justice is an agent for the British Naval Intelligence.
       That is what one source indicated but two other sources show that Justice, full name John Valcourt Justice, is a naval officer who is seconded to shore duty to perform missions for the very mysterious clandestine organization with the odd name of Board of Beacons, Bells, Buoys and Mercantile Messengers, which I have shortened to The Board.
       The period of time that Justice operates is 1804-1807. Napoleon Bonaparte has been in control of France for a handful of years since seizing power in 1799 and has just crowned himself Emperor. His ambitions for control of Europe are well known and when we first encounter Justice, he and the rest of the British Navy are preparing for war in the defense of England.

BOOKS

Number of Books:3
First Appearance:1981
Last Appearance:1984

1 Captain Justice Captain Justice
Written by Anthony Forrest
Copyright: 1981

The year is 1804. Captain Justice is seconded to the Board to travel to Verdun, France to rescue an English agent held the Citadel and, if necessary, to complete the man's mission to someone immobilize Napoleon's fleet massing at Boulogne preparing to invade Britain.

2 The Pandora Secret The Pandora Secret
Written by Anthony Forrest
Copyright: 1982

It is the winter of 1804. The American inventor Robert Fulton has been secreted out of France to build the Pandora, a submarine which will change naval warfare forever. Captain Justice is again given a mission by the Board, this time to protect Fulton and his invention from French spies who want the man back and wish to either capture the vessel or destroy it.

3 A Balance Of Dangers A Balance Of Dangers
Written by Anthony Forrest
Copyright: 1984

Captain Justice is asked to look into the sinking of a vessel, an act that portends renewed activities by Napoleon against England. He discovers a French plot to get Denmark to declare war on England and to use its naval power to counter His Majesty's. This will lead up to the 1807 raid on Copenhagen.

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