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GET JOLLY ROGERED! By Frank R Long
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A semi-pornographic portrait painter and his pretty wife are hard at work in their isolated farm in darkest Exmoor. Two beautiful, well upholstered models arrive to pose. But the wife’s first... More > husband, a ne’er-do-well violent prisoner, has escaped from Dartmoor Prison as ‘Long John Silver’ (whom he thinks he is, having got a knock on the head during a pantomime) and is bent on murder. There are two naïve Dartmoor screws in pursuit of Long John and a virginal vicar pursued by the models. A pantomime horse and a gorilla suit help to complicate matters in this end-of-pier eisteddfod. Read it and produce it!< Less
Navajo By James Wilmarth, John Murphey
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For decades, the gleaming silver trailers of Navajo Freight Lines traveled America’s highways, including Route 66, bearing the striking image of a blue-eyed Indian. Starting humbly in 1934, in... More > Wichita, Kansas, Navajo expanded during the postwar years, reaching, at its height, a fleet of 5,000 vehicles, 67 terminals, and 3,000 employees. They called themselves the tribe and advertised using now-questionable imagery, such as “Squeezable Squaw” pinup girls. But changes in long-haul trucking in the 1970s retired the Blue-Eyed Indian just before deregulation struck. James E. Wilmarth’s research on Navajo Freightlines has been published in Wheels of Time and other periodicals. John and Kris Murphey write about historic highways and heritage travel, with articles published in American Road Magazine, SCA Journal, and others.< Less
Apologise Later: The Biography of Robert Newton By Mark Penrose
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The first ever Biography of Robert Newton. From an idyll Cornish childhood to a desperate death amidst the Hollywood elite. Cowboy, beach-bum; loaded and flat broke. He survived the bloodiest naval... More > arena in the second world war; married four times he failed as a husband and a father. He starred in dozens of films, dozens of plays. Newton was more than an actor; yet he is the quintessential pirate, Disney's 'Long John Silver', is the brutal Bill Sykes in Oliver Twist. Farmer, tax exile, he ran his own theatre and loved Rolls Royces. In America and Australia. Generous, gregarious, needful, lost, he swept through life and left people reeling in his wake. Olivier, Burton, Coward, Wayne. Laughing, infected with his joyous lust for life. He hid discretion under a coat of folly; but he was the man who would tell you, tell everybody, loudly, that the King was naked...< Less
Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson
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Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. Published in 1883. Jim Hawkins lives in the 18th century in the West Coast of England. His father owns a guesthouse (Inn), which is visited firstly by an... More > old bacaneer who has a map of Captain Flint's treasure, and then by a group of pirates who have a blind man called Pew as their commander. Jim manages to take possession of the map before the pirates get to it and he then takes it to Squire Trelawney, who owns a schooner. Both Jim and the Squire set sail in the schooner to look for Treasure Island, and so the adventure begins.< Less
Treasure Island- EPUB By Robert Louis Stevenson
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Treasure Island is a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson written in 1883 which is a tale of pirates and buried gold. Formatting, File Conversion, and Cover Design by ALBEDO MUSIC... More > http://www.albedomusic.com< Less
Treasure Island- PDF By Robert Louis Stevenson
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Treasure Island is a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson written in 1883 which is a tale of pirates and buried gold. Formatting, File Conversion, and Cover Design by ALBEDO MUSIC... More > http://www.albedomusic.com< Less
Jim Hawkins By Roy boobyer
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Jim Hawkins is reduced to poverty and in debtors prison. Rescued by the son of Long John Silver,the duo go in search of the pirate Captain Flint's hoard of silver.They are joined in this venture by... More > three other companions.After many adventures on their voyage they finally arrive at their desination< Less
Cattleman's Gold By Hal Jons
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Bitter Springs, nestling in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains, had grown used to peace; but then came the Deep Mine Company to win the lead and silver from under Lazy K's summer graze. Ross... More > Blake, the flint–hard Mine Manager bought out the Lazy K from Matt Holt, who promptly disappeared, leaving his beautiful daughter, Myra, to fend for herself. Meanwhile, Deep Mine Company payrolls were stolen and Blake demanded action, which led to Mark Wyatt, U.S. Marshal, being called in. It wasn’t long before Blake and Wyatt were rivals for Myra's affections. What didn't go down well in some quarters was the fact that Wyatt started looking into Holt’s disappearance as well as following up on the payroll theft. When it was first published in 1960, Cattleman's Gold was described in reviews as "an authentic Western" and as being "in true Western vein." With a cast of rampaging gunslicks and brawling miners, not to mention a classic tale of retribution, you’re sure to agree.< Less
Cattleman's Gold By Hal Jons
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Bitter Springs, nestling in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains, had grown used to peace; but then came the Deep Mine Company to win the lead and silver from under Lazy K's summer graze. Ross... More > Blake, the flint–hard Mine Manager bought out the Lazy K from Matt Holt, who promptly disappeared, leaving his beautiful daughter, Myra, to fend for herself. Meanwhile, Deep Mine Company payrolls were stolen and Blake demanded action, which led to Mark Wyatt, U.S. Marshal, being called in. It wasn’t long before Blake and Wyatt were rivals for Myra's affections. What didn't go down well in some quarters was the fact that Wyatt started looking into Holt’s disappearance as well as following up on the payroll theft. When it was first published in 1960, Cattleman's Gold was described in reviews as "an authentic Western" and as being "in true Western vein." With a cast of rampaging gunslicks and brawling miners, not to mention a classic tale of retribution, you’re sure to agree.< Less
Treasure Island By Robert Louis Stevenson
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A mysterious map, pirates, and pieces of eight! When young Jim Hawkins finds a map to pirates’ gold he starts on an adventure that takes him from his English village to a desert island with the... More > murderous Black Dog, half-mad Ben Gunn, and (of course) Long John Silver. Arr Jim lad! R.L. Stevenson (1850-1894) was born in Scotland and travelled extensively in California and the south Pacific.< Less