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The Dealings of Captain Sharkey

2010.12.12

and Other Tales of Pirates

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle

Language: English

Published: 1900

Tales of Pirates
I Captain Sharkey: How the Governor of Saint Kitt's Came Home
II The Dealings of Captain Sharkey with Stephen Craddock
III The Blighting of Sharkey
IV How Copley Banks Slew Captain Sharkey
V The "Slapping Sal"
VI A Pirate of the Land (One Crowded Hour)
Tales of Blue Water
VII The Striped Chest
VIII The Captain of the "Polestar"
IX The Fiend of the Cooperage
X Jelland's Voyage
XI J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement
XII That Little Square Box




Ella Eris and the Pirates of Redemption

2010.09.12

Author: Albert Berg

Language: English

Published: 2010

Throughout her childhood Ella Eris dreamed of leaving the tiny town of Caelum and finding adventure in the world outside. But when she took the strange ring from the hand of a dead man, she found herself thrust into a perilous adventure beyond anything she could have ever imagined. Now, with everything she has ever known crumbling around her, and an unearthly enemy hot on her heals, Ella is quickly learning that the outside world can be a treacherous and hostile place, and that adventure is often a deadly undertaking.




The Book of Buried Treasure

2010.08.02

Being a True History of the Gold, Jewels, and Plate of Pirates, Galleons, etc., which are sought for to this day

Author: Ralph Delahaye Paine

Language: English

Published: 1911




Caribbee

2010.07.30

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Author: Thomas Hoover

Language: English

Published: 1985

Barbados, 1648. The lush and deadly Caribbean paradise, domain of rebels and freeholders, of brigands, bawds and buccaneers.

CARIBBEE is the untold story of the first American revolution, as English colonists pen a Declaration of Defiance gainst Parliament and fight a full-scale war for freedom against an English fleet -- with cannon, militia, and many lives lost -- over a century before 1776.

An assured, literate saga, the novel brims with the rough and tumble characters who populated the early American colonies.




Doctor Syn

2010.05.20

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A Smuggler Tale of the Romney Marsh

Author: Russell Thorndyke

Language: English

Published: 1915

When this story opens there were two things of paramount interest in Dymchurch. One was Romney Marsh - visited, so the villagers whispered, by flaming Demon Riders and Jack O'Lanterns. The other was Doctor Syn, their genial, kindly, well-loved vicar. To be sure it was a little incongruous at times to hear this godly man break out into the most ungodly refrain from the favourite song of the redoubtable Clegg. But Clegg had been hanged as a pirate - so it was said - full ten years before. How Syn's real identity was finally revealed when the King's men came to Dymchurch, and the strange part he played in the mystery of Romney Marsh, make this a decidedly unusual and thrilling story.




Sinister Paradise

2010.05.14

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Author: Robert Moore Williams

Language: English

Published: 1952

It was like a mirage in reverse, this strange island off the California coast—it couldn't always be seen, but it was there—in Time.




The Rose of Paradise

2010.03.18

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Author: Howard Pyle

Language: English

Published: 1887

Being a detailed account of certain adventures thathappened to Captain John Mackra, in connectionwith the famous pirate, Edward England, inthe year 1720, off the Island of Juannain the Mozambique Channel; writby himself, and now for thefirst time published




The Escape Agents

2010.02.04

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Author: Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne

Language: English

Published: 1910




Wappin' Wharf

2009.12.18

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A Frightful Comedy of Pirates

Author: Charles S. Brooks

Language: English

Published: 1922

Project Gutenberg has a very nice illustrated HTML version.




The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson

2009.11.03

Swanston Edition Vol. 6

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson

Language: English

Published: 1911

Treasure Island; Will O' The Mill; The Treasure of Franchard




The Pirate Woman

2009.09.22

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A Breathless Romance of the Caribbean

Author: Aylward Edward Dingle

Language: English

Published: 1918

Daughter of the deceased Red Jabez, Sultan of the pirates, the passionate Dolores is left to rule a Jamaican pirate island. Although more than equal to the job of managing the ruffians, Dolores dreams of the day when she can be off the island and on her own, taking her jewels and fortune with her.




Die Piraterie

2009.08.04

Beiträge zum internationalen Seerecht

Author: Paul Stiel

Language: German

Published: 1905




An Old Sailor's Yarns

2009.07.06

Author: Nathaniel Ames

Language: English

Published: 1835

Mary Bowline -- Old Cuff -- Rivals -- Morton -- Pirate of Masafuero.




Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer

2009.07.05

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A Romance of the Spanish Main

Author: Cyrus Townsend Brady

Language: English

Published: 1903

Morgan was the most remarkable of all buccaneers. The author shows his ferocity and cruelty, and depicts him without lightening the dark shadows of his character. Yet at the same time he brings out the man's dauntless courage, his military ability, his absolute disregard of odds, his wonderful capacity as a sailor, his fertility and resourcefulness, which awaken our admiration in spite of ourselves. His is shown, a real pirate, just as he was--great and brave, small and mean, skillful and cruel, and the great lesson of the story is one of just retribution, in the awful punishment that is finally visited upon him, by those whom he so fearfully and terribly wronged.




The Pirate and The Three Cutters

2009.07.02

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Author: Frederick Marryat

Language: English

Published: 1897

In The Three Cutters Marryat allowed himself to take a little holiday in company with another kind of sea malefactor whom he knew intimately well. He had already played with the smuggler in The King's Own. In this little story he reintroduces us to M'Elvina, somewhat disguised, and in altered circumstances, but essentially the same.




Captain Brand of the ''Centipede''

2009.06.06

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A Pirate of Eminence in the West Indies: His Love and Exploits, Together with Some Account of the Singular Manner by Which He Departed This Life

Author: Henry A. Wise

Language: English

Published: 1864

"Captain Brand, of the Centipede has a good, old-fashioned flavor about it. It is none of your sentimental milk-and-water piratical rubbish, but is a real black-flag-and-cross-bones story, as hot as new Antigua rum." --New York Times, June 28, 1885.

As a sea story pure and simple, "Captain Brand" has never been excelled, and as a story of piratical life, told without the usual embellishments of blood and thunder, it has no equal.




The Black Buccaneer

2009.03.28

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Author: Stephen W. Meader

Language: English

Published: 1920

The hero was taken by pirates operating along the Atlantic coast in the early eighteenth century. He saw enough of piracy and later had the compensating thrill of helping to capture those same blackguards, who came to no good end. Two nice boys, something of colonial life and many exciting adventures for boys or girls about twelve.




Great Pirate Stories

2008.10.30

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Author: Joseph Lewis French

Language: English

Published: 1922

It was a bold hardy world--this of ours--up to the advent of our giant-servant, Steam,--every foot of which was won by fierce conquest of one sort or another. Out of this past the pirate emerges as a romantic, even at times heroic, figure. This final niche, despite his crimes, cannot altogether be denied him. A hero he is and will remain so long as tales of the sea are told.




Captain Richard Ingle

2008.10.22

The Maryland ''Pirate and Rebel,'' 1642-1653

Author: Edward Ingle

Language: English

Published: 1884




Famous Privateersmen and Adventurers of the Sea

2008.10.22

Their rovings, cruises, escapades, and fierce battling upon the ocean for patriotism and for treasure

Author: Charles Haven Ladd Johnston

Language: English

Published: 1911

Hark to the stories of those wild sea robbers! Listen to the tales of the adventurous pillagers of the rolling ocean! And--as your blood is red and you, yourself, are fond of adventure--ponder upon these histories with satisfaction.




The Filibusters

2008.10.13

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A Romance

Author: Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne

Language: English

Published: 1900

This story deals with the participants in an expedition that successfully captures the presidency of a Central American republic. It is very exciting, the incidents being fresh and daring with not too much reliance placed on coincidence.




The Corsair King

2008.10.10

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Author: Mór Jókai

Language: English

Published: 1901

A swashbuckling pirate's adventure tale starring the famous Captain Barthelemy.




The Pirates of Panama

2008.09.23

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or, The Buccaneers of America; a True Account of the Famous Adventures and Daring Deeds of Sir Henry Morgan and Other Notorious Freebooters of the Spanish Main

Author: A.O. Exquemelin

Language: English

Published: 1684

This volume was originally written in Dutch by John Esquemeling, and first published in Amsterdam in 1678 under the title of De Americaeneche Zee Roovers. It immediately became very popular and this first hand history of the Buccaneers of America was soon translated into the principal European languages. The first English edition was printed in 1684.




Piracy off the Florida Coast and Elsewhere

2008.09.22

Author: Samuel A. Green

Language: English

Published: 1911




The Iron Pirate

2008.09.03

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A Plain Tale of Strange Happenings on the Sea

Author: Max Pemberton

Language: English

Published: 1893

The story of a great gas-driven iron-clad pirate ship, capable of outpacing the navies of the world and terrorizing the Atlantic!




Peak's Island

2008.08.24

A Romance of Buccaneer Days

Author: Ford Paul

Language: English

Published: 1892




Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy

2008.07.07

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A weird series of tales of shipwreck and disaster, from the earliest part of the century to the present time, with accounts of providential escapes and heart-rending fatalities

Author: Anonymous

Language: English

A natural desire to know the fate of their fellow creatures seems implanted in the breast of mankind, and the most powerful sympathies are excited by listening to the misfortunes of the innocent. To record some impressive examples of calamity, or unlooked for deliverance, is the object of these pages; and it will be seen of what astonishing advantage are the virtues of decision, temperance, perseverance and unwavering hope in moments of extreme peril and despair.




Gold

2008.07.02

Author: Lewis Shiner

Language: English

Published: 1989

A Western with pirates and Marxist economics.




Spice and the Devil's Cave

2008.06.21

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Author: Agnes Danforth Hewes

Language: English

Published: 1930

"The setting is Lisbon, Portugal in the late 1490s, as Vasco de Gama, Bartholomew Diaz, and Ferdinand Magellan discuss their plans to find the elusive sea route around the Cape of Good Hope, which would enable Portugal to access the spice-rich countries of the Far East." --Wikipedia




The Privateer's-Man

2008.06.08

One hundred Years Ago

Author: Frederick Marryat

Language: English

Published: 1846