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Tales of a Blond Pirate

Bruce Rousseau

Publisher: Bruce Rousseau

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Summary

Journey to a realm of lusty steampunk pirates, flying ships, treasure maps, and parallel worlds. 
Join our valiant hero as he travels to the strange lands of women who command pirate warships and the brave seamen who serve under them. 
Experience mysterious volcanic islands, daring sea battles, Viking marauders, and lively costumed evenings. 
Tales of a Blond Pirate weaves a rousing adventure of pirate life turned sideways.
Available since: 11/29/2019.

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