Seahawk Burning

A Novel of the Civil War at SeaThis final volume in the Raphael Semmes trilogy of Civil War naval thrillers, "Seahawk Burning," follows the real-life adventures of Confederate Captain Raphael Semmes and his ship, the C.S.S. Alabama, on the final legs of their reign of terror on the high seas. The novel chronicles Semmes's rise to mythic stature as he becomes Lincoln's public enemy number one, seizing and burning scores of Yankee ships in the...

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Puerto Rico

detailed coverage of the island's out-of-the-way places-- San Juan is gay-friendly and overflowing with venues for all revellers-- Spanish language section enables easy conversation with puertorriquenos

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Killing Neptune's Daughter

Noelle Werlin, the beautiful wife of a rock 'n' roll legend, was never able to shake the ghosts of her past, but dying at the hands of one of those ghosts never crossed her mind.In Woods Hole on Cape Cod, Noelle grew up as Neptune de Oliveira's daughter Celestina-otherwise known as Tina the Tease. Changing her name and running away to New York as a teenager, she thought she could run away from her life of unspeakable sexual depravity on the...

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Logs of the Dead Pirates Society

I included this in my "youth" grouping because I think it would sit better with a younger (early to mid-teen) audience.That said, any adult can also glean enjoyment from its pages.Following a couple summer educational cruises around the Buzzards Bay area, and told in the words of the captain, the book introduces the reader to all kinds of people, places, local histories, native lore, environmental impacts, personal insights and more.Some of the...

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