Doctor Syn: A Smuggler Tale of the Romney Marsh (Google eBook)

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Doubleday, Page, 1915 - English fiction - 301 pages
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Review: Doctor Syn (Doctor Syn #1)

User Review  - Robert Spencer - Goodreads

This is a book I can't wait to give to my kids to read when they are old enough (like, old enough to read Harry Potter and Hunger Games - there is some pretty dark material in this!) I picked this up ... Read full review

Review: Doctor Syn (Doctor Syn #1)

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

From BBC Radio 4 Extra: Rufus Sewell reads the swashbuckling 18th-century pirate adventure Read full review

Contents

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3
II
8
III
14
IV
25
V
32
VI
39
VII
45
VIII
56
XXI
139
XXII
145
XXIII
158
XXIV
172
XXV
178
XXVI
190
XXVII
196
XXVIII
205

IX
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X
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XI
77
XII
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XIII
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XIV
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XV
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XVI
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XVII
119
XVIII
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XIX
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XX
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XXIX
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XXX
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XXXI
234
XXXII
240
XXXIII
246
XXXIV
263
XXXV
270
XXXVI
279
XXXVII
288
XXXVIII
297
XXXIX
300
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Page 31 - The world is divided into five parts Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Romney Marsh'.
Page 8 - Oh, here's to the feet that have walked the plank, Yo ho! for the dead man's throttle, And here's to the corpses floating round in the tank, And the dead man's teeth in the bottle.
Page 122 - Old William Harman Looks like a ragman. Old William Harman Looks like a ragman ! " Blindly William turned against his new tormentors. His nose was bleeding. His tattered stockings hung down limply over his shoe tops. But suddenly the boys scattered before him, and at the same time a heavy hand fell upon his shoulder. " Here, young man, what does this mean? " In a daze, the boy heard the stern voice of Superintendent Blake. " Don't you know that fighting is not allowed on the school grounds? Come...
Page 210 - King's men, then the blunderbuss will fire at the good captain, and then : "'All the King's horses and all the King's men Could not put captain together again.
Page 232 - But what am I to do? That's what I want to know! What am I to do?

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