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50+ Pirate Novels: An Ultimate Collection (Including Great Seafaring Legends) - Treasure Island Captain Blood Sea Hawk The Dark Frigate Blackbeard Pieces of Eight & many more - cover

50+ Pirate Novels: An Ultimate Collection (Including Great Seafaring Legends) - Treasure Island Captain Blood Sea Hawk The Dark Frigate Blackbeard Pieces of Eight & many more

Robert Louis Stevenson, Jack London, Daniel Defoe, Jules Verne, Rafael Sabatini, Walter Scott, Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Conan Doyle, Frederick Marryat, James Fenimore Cooper, Ralph D. Paine, Richard Le Gallienne, Charles Boardman Hawes, J. M. Barrie, R. M. Ballantyne, William MacLeod Raine, Charles Dickens, L. Frank Baum, Jeffery Farnol, J. Allan Dunn, Robert E. Howard, John Masefield, Alexandre Dumas, William Hope Hodgson, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harold MacGrath, Harry Collingwood, Frederick Ferdinand Moore, W. H. G. Kingston, Stephen W. Meader, Percy F. Westerman, G. A. Henty, Joseph Lewis French, Howard Pyle

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

Sale with the iconic pirate-villains and outlaws, experience great sea adventures and dangerous treasure hunts! You will find it all in this passionately edited collection:
Treasure Island (R. L. Stevenson)
Captain Blood (Rafael Sabatini)
Sea Hawk (Sabatini)
Blackbeard: Buccaneer (R. D. Paine)
Pieces of Eight (Le Gallienne)
Captain Singleton (Defoe)
Gold-Bug (Edgar Allan Poe)
Hearts of Three (Jack London)
The Dark Frigate (C. B. Hawes)
Isle of Pirate's Doom (Robert E. Howard)
Swords of Red Brotherhood (Howard)
Queen of Black Coast (Howard)
Black Vulmea (Howard)
Afloat and Ashore (James F. Cooper)
Homeward Bound (Cooper)
Red Rover (Cooper)
Facing the Flag (Jules Verne)
Pirate Gow (Daniel Defoe) 
The King of Pirates (Defoe)
The Pirate (Walter Scott)
Rose of Paradise (Howard Pyle)
Captain Sharkey (Arthur Conan Doyle)
The Pirate (Frederick Marryat)
Three Cutters (Marryat)
Madman and the Pirate (R. M. Ballantyne)
The Offshore Pirate (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
Martin Conisby's Vengeance (J. Farnol)
Coral Island (Ballantyne)
Pirate of Panama (W. M. Raine)
Under the Waves (Ballantyne)
Pirate City (Ballantyne)
Gascoyne (Ballantyne)
Captain Boldheart (Dickens)
The Ways of the Buccaneers (J. Masefield)
Master Key (L. Frank Baum)
Black Bartlemy's Treasure (J. Farnol)
A Man to His Mate (J. Allan Dunn)
Tales of the Fish Patrol (Jack London)
Barbarossa—King of the Corsairs (E. H. Currey)
Robinson Crusoe (Defoe)
Jim Davis (J. Masefield)
Peter Pan and Wendy (J. M. Barrie)
Mysterious Island (Jules Verne)
Count of Monte Cristo (Dumas)
Ghost Pirates (W. H. Hodgson)
The Pagan Madonna (H. MacGrath)
A Pirate of the Caribbees (H. Collingwood)
The Pirate Island (H. Collingwood)
The Devil's Admiral (F. F. Moore)
The Pirate of the Mediterranean (W. H. G. Kingston)
The Black Buccaneer (Stephen W. Meader)
The Third Officer (P. Westerman)
Narrative of the Capture of the Ship Derby...

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