There is mischief in that man, Francisco, said the captain in an under-tone; "I hardly know whom to trust; but he must be watched. He is tampering with the men, and has been for some time; not that it is of much consequence, if he does but remain quiet for a little while. The command of this vessel he is welcome to very soon; but if he attempts too early--"
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Review: The Pirate & the Three CuttersUser Review - Octave Boussaton - Goodreads
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Review: The Pirate & the Three CuttersUser Review - Cori Daugherty - Goodreads
Another Captain Marryat book and it was also a great read. I didn't give it 5 stars b/c that should be an achievement much more difficult to attain by more criterion than I'm able to identify now. It's a wonderful read by a man, Marryat, who really lived it and it reflects that authenticity. Read full review