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Log Of The Sloop Corsair

Author: Richard Parker Grill
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533163257
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"Log of the Sloop Corsair" is a must-read for anyone who ever sailed, cruised, or dreamed of doing either. A cross between John Steinbeck and Hunter S. Thompson, Richard Parker "Dick" Grill is truly a man's man on a man's adventure. Both primal and cerebral--Dick started out as a Marine in the Korean War and finished his checkered career as a Nuclear Safety scientist--this journey of self-discovery will resonate in anyone who ever felt adrift in the universe, literally or figuratively. Equal parts scientist and pirate, Dick is above all a self-reliant survivor, funny, sexy, a boon companion for any time spent on salt water. A Midwest boy and self-made man, Dick's story is quintessentially American. Read it, and buy an extra one. You will want to share this book with your best buddy...but always keep one for yourself.

The Sword Of Islam

Author: Raphael Sabatini
Publisher: House of Stratus
ISBN: 0755153006
Size: 70.28 MB
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European waters are rife with mighty naval battles – not least the renowned Battle of Amalfi of 1527. Yet for Admiral Andrea Doria, the battles confronts are not confined to sea alone. The House of Dorian is plagued with conflict, both within and without, and Andrea finds that he has very real enemies in his midst.

Famous Cavalry Leaders

Author: Charles Haven Ladd Johnston
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The biographies of fifteen famous cavalry leaders including Attila, Gehghis Khan, Francis Marion, Philip Sheridan and George Armstrong Custer.

The Pirates Own Book

Author: Charles Ellms
Publisher: Applewood Books
ISBN: 142909060X
Size: 70.26 MB
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Composed of material gathered from a variety of historical sources dating back to the mid-1700s, this extended account of piracy in ancient and modern times, and in all parts of the world, saw its first edition published in Boston in 1837. At least eight other editions of the work followed, and there was a huge demand for these tales of looted shipping and bloody adventure. Restored to print in 1924 by the Marine Research Society of Salem, Massachusetts, this work is a fascinating account of the careers and exploits of pirates.

Two Years In The French West Indies

Author: Lafcadio Hearn
Publisher: Signal Books
ISBN: 9781902669175
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In October 1887 the writer and translator Lafcadio Hearn sailed from New York to Martinique. Intending to stay for a few months, he remained for two years. He viewed French-ruled Martinique as an exotic fusion of European, African and Asian influences, the Creole society par exellence. Describing the island's landscape, its flora and fauna, its colonial architecture and rural villages, he provides a picture of a Caribbean colony where slavery was a recent memory and race an all-importan matter of identity.