Robert N. Macomber is an award-winning author, internationally recognized lecturer, and TV commentator, best known for his novels in the Honor Series.
His popular Honor Series of naval thrillers describes the career and personal life of a fictional American naval officer, Peter Wake, which starts in 1863, during the Civil War. From 1882 to the end of his career in 1908, Wake serves in America’s first espionage agency, the Office of Naval Intelligence.
The novels illuminate the U.S. Navy’s critical role in the expansion of America from a continental country in the mid-19th century into a global power in the early 20th century. There are 22 novels planned for the Honor Series.
Mr. Macomber has readers across North America and Europe, and has garnered acclaim from critics, authors, and readers. His newsletter goes out to over 3,000 of his enthusiastically loyal fans around the world, who have named themselves "Wakians", after the main character of the series.
Some years, Mr. Macomber has spent time for 5,000 miles or more at sea, doing research, lectures and book signings. Mr. Macomber grew up on the waters along the southwest coast of Florida. By age seventeen, he was an offshore racing skipper and raced for the next thirty-two years in Florida, the Bahamas, and Mexico.
When not traveling the world on research treks, lecture tours, or book signings, he lives on Pine Island, the same coast where he grew up. When not writing, he enjoys sailing among the more remote islands and cooking the exotic cuisines from his novels.
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