Pirate Treasure

The Sea-Hawk

By Rafael Sabatini

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Oliver Tressilian helped defeat the Spanish Armada only to be betrayed by his half-brother, forcing him to become a fugitive. Now a pirate off the Barbary Coast and follower of Islam, Captain Tressilain, the Sea-Hawk, finds adventure and romance in his new life.

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The Sweet Trade

By Elizabeth Garrett

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Anne Bonny, a pampered Southern belle, hungers for a life more exciting and dangerous than she knows keeping her father's household together. When she convinces a hapless sailor boy to marry her and take her to Nassau, that seething cauldron of piracy, prostitution and all things wicked, she alters the course of her life forever. . .

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The Witch from the Sea

By Lisa Jensen

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It's 1823, and 16-year-old Tory runs away from Boston's Worthen Academy for Women. Disguised as a boy, she takes to the sea, only to find herself aboard a pirate vessel. Plundering and true love ensue.
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Tom Cringle's Log

By Michael Scott

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In the West Indies, where war, piracy, smuggling, and slave running are the order of the day, the hero of this tale advances from midshipman to lieutenant to a command of his own: the audacious little Wasp.

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Treasure Island

By Robert Louis Stevenson

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While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads to a pirate fortune as well as great danger.

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Wake of the Perdido Star

By Gene Hackman and Daniel Lenihan

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When his parents are murdered, 17-year-old Jack O'Reilly joins the crew of the Perdido Star, facing "storms, shipwreck, hostile and friendly natives, and enemy vessels," eventually leading a renegade band called the Right Honourable Brotherhood of Shipwrecked Men.

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