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The Devil's Admiral

Frederick Ferdinand Moore

Publisher: DigiCat

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Frederick Ferdinand Moore's 'The Devil's Admiral' is a captivating historical fiction novel set during the Golden Age of Piracy. Written in a rich and vivid narrative style, Moore expertly weaves together a tale of daring sea battles, treacherous alliances, and a complex protagonist torn between loyalty and personal ambition. The book's immersive descriptions of life at sea and the intricate political landscape of the time provide readers with a deeper understanding of the era. Moore's attention to detail and meticulous research shine through in every page, making 'The Devil's Admiral' a must-read for fans of historical fiction. With its engaging plot twists and well-developed characters, this novel offers a unique perspective on the world of piracy in the Caribbean. Frederick Ferdinand Moore's background as a maritime historian adds authenticity and depth to the story, making it a compelling and insightful read for anyone interested in this period of history.
Available since: 10/11/2022.
Print length: 170 pages.

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