BOOK THREE IN THE GALLANT SAGA
1747: Paul Gallant is now captain of a frigate . . . and his assignment is to shepherd a convoy of merchantmen from the West Indies to France, evading privateers and the British Navy and guarding the person and dowry of Marianne de Poitrincourt, Marquise de Bézy. There is treachery in high and low places, and Marianne and dowry are taken hostage . . . Gallant once again lives up to his name, and against terrific odds (including a nasty Spanish noble, a vicious Dutch pirate, a British warship and the Carolina coastal waters)
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Victor Suthren is a Canadian writer and historian with a special interest in maritime history. A former Director General of the Canadian War Museum, he has written seven adventure novels about the sea, as well as histories including The War of 1812 and biographies of James Cook and de Bougainville.
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Book Description Collins. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 0002226383 New Condition. Bookseller Inventory # NEW6.3000322
Book Description Collins, 1983. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110002226383