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For Treasure Bound - A High-Seas Quest for Hidden Riches and Daring Escapes - cover

For Treasure Bound - A High-Seas Quest for Hidden Riches and Daring Escapes

Harry Collingwood

Publisher: Good Press

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Harry Collingwood's novel 'For Treasure Bound' is a thrilling maritime adventure that follows the journey of a group of sailors on a quest for hidden treasure. Set against the backdrop of seafaring life in the late 19th century, Collingwood's vivid descriptions and attention to detail immerse readers in the world of sailing ships and daring escapades. The book showcases Collingwood's mastery of nautical terminology and his ability to create tension and suspense throughout the narrative. With twists and turns at every corner, readers are kept on the edge of their seats, eagerly anticipating the next development. Harry Collingwood, a pen name for William Joseph Cosens Lancaster, was a British naval officer with firsthand knowledge of the sea. His experiences at sea and his love for adventure inspired him to write captivating tales of maritime quests and treasure hunts. Collingwood's expertise shines through in 'For Treasure Bound,' as he brings to life the challenges and triumphs of life on the high seas. Fans of classic adventure novels and maritime fiction will find 'For Treasure Bound' to be a thrilling and immersive read. Collingwood's skillful storytelling and authentic portrayal of life aboard a sailing ship make this book a must-read for anyone interested in nautical tales and high-seas adventures.
Available since: 12/19/2019.
Print length: 314 pages.

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