The master mariner: running proud, Volume 1

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Morrow, 1979 - Fiction - 524 pages
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In this first half of an epic portrayal of the hazardous life of a British seaman through the past four centuries, master mariner Matthew Lawe sails with Drake and Hudson, serves with Samuel Pepys, and stands firm with Nelson at Trafalgar

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User Review  - Brad Smith - Goodreads

I'd have given it 6 stars if it were finished. A brilliant and enlightening tale across centuries of a sailors life, loved it Read full review

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User Review  - Eric - Goodreads

The book is really a series of short stories involving our same "cursed" character. I learned things I never knew about the more famous of history's mariners. Hudson's crew mutinied and set Henry ... Read full review

Contents

THE COWARD 1588
1
VOYAGER 1610
73
PIRATE 1670
139
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