Harrison Christian, a direct descendant of Fletcher Christian, describes the journey of the Bounty and the lives of the men aboard. Also available as an audiobook.
Glynn Christian, a descendant of Fletcher Christian used family papers, contemporary accounts and a personal sailing expedition to Pitcairn to “solve the riddle” of Christian’s death.
New Zealand author Graeme Lay tells the story of Fletcher Christian, sailor, adventurer and mutineer of the HMS Bounty and his relationship with Isabella his Tahitian lover.
An illustrated historical account by New Zealand academic Dame Anne Salmond.
Published in 2013 by the University of Hawaii Press this is an account of one of the mutineer’s, boatswain’s mate James Morrrison.
This account focuses on the lead up to the mutiny on board the Bounty with details of the court martial of the ten mutineers.
At 613 pages this illustrated saga published by Hachette Australia in 2018 is still in high demand. Also available as an audiobook.
A fictional account from the perspective of the fifteen-year-old cabin boy. Also available as an eBook.
A fictional account narrated by Mary, daughter of Governor-elect William Bligh seventeen years after the mutiny.
Features facsimile pages from Bligh’s daily notebook entries.
This work focuses on Captain Bligh and includes facsimiles of his writing with maps drawn by Bligh held at the State Library of New South Wales and featured in an exhibition in 1991.
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