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Balfour and the Cargo of Innocence

Balfour and the Cargo of Innocence

by D. Allen Miles
     
 
It is summer 1774 and Myles Balfour sets sail for Saint Domingue. His ship and her crew become the target of evil more dire than he could ever imagine. In this remote French colony. a heartless plantation economy, a seething population of rebellious slaves live under a crushing burden of forced labor. Balfour's ship Gansett is short handed and her crew forced to fight

Overview

It is summer 1774 and Myles Balfour sets sail for Saint Domingue. His ship and her crew become the target of evil more dire than he could ever imagine. In this remote French colony. a heartless plantation economy, a seething population of rebellious slaves live under a crushing burden of forced labor. Balfour's ship Gansett is short handed and her crew forced to fight to the death to protect their unique cargo. Pressured by political intrigue and diabolical schemes, Myles must come up with imaginative strategies to protect his men and his ship. While navigating the perils threatening his ship and cargo, Myles finds himself irresistibly drawn to the charms of a young widow and the exotic beauty of a voudou mambo. Follow Balfour's newest adventure in the most foreign of countries as he and his crew battle pirates and a plot to take their priceless cargo. Myles is happiest when at sea, but this voyage tests all of his skills as a mariner and a man.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781451549447
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/2010
Pages:
398
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.89(d)

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