Kevin Doyle and the Mystery of Butu Island

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PublishAmerica, 2008 - Fiction - 340 pages
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From the late 1700s until 1815, impressment was an everyday worry for the commoners of Britain. Many men walked out their front door and simply vanished. The lucky few who did come home told of brutality and cruelty in the Kingas Navy. This novel is about one young man, shanghaied in Belfast, who finds himself in shackles within the brig of a warship. At sea he will fight brigands, discover a murderous ghost, and take pleasure with the lusty women of the South Pacific. His experiences at sea may shock you with the brutality he encounters, yet move you as he finds love on a South Pacific island. Marooned on mysterious Butu Island by a tidal wave, he will experience danger, mystery, love and despair. Travel with Kevin Doyle into this perilous, but romantic, era and share his loves, fears, laughter, and tearsa] Well, letas hoist anchor and get underway.

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