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This is the tale of the kidnapping of a sea captain's daughter, his frantic pursuit of her, and a fight in the English Channel. Enlivening the novel is an unforgettable cameo appearance by Admiral Lord Nelson.
Published: McBooks Press an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781590133415
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