By C. C. Humphreys
The gripping finale in C. C. Humphreys's exciting old event sequence, starring the speeding Jack Absolute
After surviving the French and Indian Wars, Jack Absolute virtually perishes at the voyage domestic, simply to be kept by means of a charismatic Irishman, purple Hugh McClune. in the course of his restoration, Jack falls for the man's appealing cousin, Laetitia. yet as they plan to elope, Jack stumbles on purple Hugh's crafty plot to assassinate the King. Jack foils the plan—but spares the lifetime of crimson Hugh, who then flees to Rome, taking Laetitia with him.
When Jack reunites together with his previous regiment, the sixteenth Dragoons, can he defeat the schemes of the Irish traitor and win again his nice love as soon as and for all?
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Yes, Lord Ombra,” said Nerezza. ” CHAPTER 2 THE SCOUTING PARTY THREE DUGOUT CANOES, EACH PADDLED by four hardmuscled men, slid through the rolling indigo sea, which was empty from horizon to horizon. The afternoon sun blazed in a radiant blue sky that was equally empty, save for a low white cloud to the east. The paddlers wore only loincloths. Their skin, sun-baked to a deep bronze, glistened with sweat. Each man’s back was almost entirely covered with what appeared to be a large tattoo —a random pattern of dark swirling lines.
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