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The Sea Witch By Maturin Murray, Fiction, Action & Adventure
The ship lives up to her name -- bewitching all those wave-seasoned souls who set eyes upon her: for she is long and sharp, with graceful concave lines and a flattened keel to give her buoyancy and safety over shoals. The Sea Witch proves so capable she even survives a storm that wrecks another -- and her crew manages to rescue many from that beleaguered ship."We have not even asked you, Captain R...
Paperback: 124 pages
Publisher: Aegypan (April 1, 2008)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
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tlin, what trade you are in," says the rescued mother of the beautiful Miss Huntington, who sits alongside the young commander on the quarter-deck, beneath an awning rigged for their comfort."Ahem! madam!" hesitated the Sea Witch's young captain, Will Ratlin. "We are -- that is, yes . . . we are on a trading voyage to the coast -- just at the present time!"