Black Bartlemy's Treasure

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 376 pages
6 Reviews
1920. Farnol was one of the best-selling authors of the early part of the 20th century. The book begins: The Frenchman beside me had been dead since dawn. His scarred and shackled body swayed limply back and forth with every sweep of the great oar as we, his less fortunate bench-fellows, tugged and strained to keep time to the stroke. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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Review: Black Bartlemy's Treasure (Treasure & Vengeance (Buccaneers) #2)

User Review  - Markus - Goodreads

I'd never heard about this book before I was researching writing a pirate book of my own. It was super, though a little long in the romance. I enjoyed the visualization, the "everything I wanted in a pirate story" aspects, as well as great pirate-y dialogue. Read full review

Review: Black Bartlemy's Treasure (Treasure & Vengeance (Buccaneers) #2)

User Review  - Margareth8537 - Goodreads

A real swashbuckling yarn. Farnol turned out a huge volume of these, and they all made good reading for winter days by the fire Read full review

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Alongshore
John R. Stilgoe
Limited preview - 1996

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