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The Jolly Roger Tales: 60+ Pirate Novels Treasure-Hunt Tales & Sea Adventures - Blackbeard Captain Blood Facing the Flag Treasure Island The Gold-Bug Captain Singleton… - cover

The Jolly Roger Tales: 60+ Pirate Novels Treasure-Hunt Tales & Sea Adventures - Blackbeard Captain Blood Facing the Flag Treasure Island The Gold-Bug Captain Singleton…

Captain Charles Johnson, Howard Pyle, Ralph D. Paine, Charles Ellms, Currey E. Hamilton, John Esquemeling, J. D. Jerrold Kelley, Stanley Lane-Poole, Daniel Defoe, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Walter Scott, Richard Le Gallienne, Edgar Allan Poe, Jack London, Jules Verne, Charles Boardman Hawes, J. M. Barrie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Frederick Marryat, R. M. Ballantyne, Charles Dickens, L. Frank Baum, J. Allan Dunn, Robert E. Howard, James Fenimore Cooper, Alexandre Dumas, William Hope Hodgson, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harold MacGrath, Harry Collingwood, W. H. G. Kingston, G. A. Henty, Joseph Lewis French

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Treasure Island (Stevenson)
Blackbeard: Buccaneer (R. D. Paine)
Pieces of Eight (Le Gallienne)
Gold-Bug (Edgar A. Poe)
The Dark Frigate (C. B. Hawes)
Hearts of Three (Jack London)
Captain Singleton (Defoe)
Swords of Red Brotherhood (Howard)
Queen of Black Coast (Howard)
Afloat and Ashore (James F. Cooper)
Pirate Gow (Defoe)
The King of Pirates (Defoe)
Barbarossa—King of the Corsairs (E. H. Currey)
Homeward Bound (James F. Cooper)
Red Rover (Cooper)
The Pirate (Walter Scott)
Book of Pirates (Howard Pyle)
Under the Waves (R. M. Ballantyne)
Rose of Paradise (Howard Pyle)
Tales of the Fish Patrol (Jack London)
Peter Pan and Wendy (J. M. Barrie)
Captain Sharkey (Arthur Conan Doyle)
The Pirate (Frederick Marryat)
Three Cutters (Marryat)
Madman and the Pirate (R. M. Ballantyne)
Coral Island (Ballantyne)
Pirate City (Ballantyne)
Gascoyne (Ballantyne)
Facing the Flag (Jules Verne)
Captain Boldheart (Dickens)
Mysterious Island (Jules Verne)
Master Key (L. Frank Baum)
A Man to His Mate (J. Allan Dunn)
Isle of Pirate's Doom (Robert E. Howard)
Black Vulmea (Howard)
Robinson Crusoe (Defoe)
Count of Monte Cristo (A. Dumas)
Ghost Pirates (W. H. Hodgson)
Offshore Pirate (F. Scott Fitzgerald)
The Piccaroon (Michael Scott)
The Capture of Panama, 1671 (John Esquemeling)
The Malay Proas (James Fenimore Cooper)
The Wonderful Fight of the Exchange of Bristol With the Pirates of Algiers (Samuel Purchas)
The Daughter of the Great Mogul (Defoe)
Morgan at Puerto Bello
Among Malay Pirates: A Tale of Adventure and Peril
The Ways of the Buccaneers
A True Account of Three Notorious Pirates
Narrative of the Capture of the Ship Derby, 1735
Francis Lolonois 
The Fight Between the Dorrill and the Moca
Jaddi the Malay Pirate
The Terrible Ladrones 
The Female Captive
The Passing of Mogul Mackenzie 
The Last of the Sea-Rovers 
Pagan Madonna...

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