William Seymour grows up on shipboard within the Royal military, after his father is hanged through the mutiny on the Nore (1797), and later, he's inspired into the group of a bold smuggler. This a laugh and interesting novel blends within the vintage precise story of an English captain who intentionally misplaced his frigate on a lee shore, which will smash a French line-of-battle send.
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