A major contribution to the Cook canon
by Cliff Thornton
This much-needed biography brings to life the quiet brilliance of James King - one of Captain Cook's most respected and beloved men. Bursting with detailed research, it paints a vivid picture not only of James King the man, but the turbulent politics and social networks that defined the times, and helped to create Britain's global maritime legacy.
by Vanessa Collingridge
You certainly have produced a vastly informative, and interesting account of James King and I congratulate you
by Geoff King
I am really enjoying The Book - it is both scholarly and very
by Norman Thorpe