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El Pistolero: The Art of Swashbuckling

Alberto’s still got it.

El Pistolero

There comes a time in a man’s life

Where he realises he hasn’t got it any more

ASSick Boy said to Renton… 85 more words

Poetry

Addicted to the Duke (Imperfect Lords #1): Bronwen Evans

Book Title: Addicted to the Duke

Series: Imperfect Lords #1

Author: Bronwen Evans

Publisher: Penguin Random House (Loveswept)

Date Released: June 13, 2017

Number of Pages: 818 more words

Fiction

Among Thieves: Douglas Hulick

★★★★

A Tale of the Kin: Book I

I hadn’t heard of either the author or the series when I stumbled across this book, but I just couldn’t resist the cover. 885 more words

Books

TYRANT'S THRONE

Tyrant’s Throne by Sebastien de Castell

Genre: Fantasy

Series: Greatcoats #4

Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books (June 6, 2017)

Length: 400 pages

Author Information: Website | … 951 more words

Fantasy

Saint's Blood, a review

Last week, I finished Sebastien De Castell’s novel, Saint’s Blood, the third book of the Greatcoats.  Like the previous two, it was a fun (well, okay, mostly fun) rollicking adventure yarn full of wit, humor, and swashbuckling derring do.   665 more words

Books

Book Review: Michael Crichton's Pirate Latitudes

Another road trip, another audiobook!

I haven’t read a Crichton book in years and years, but I still have a bit of nostalgia for his work. 969 more words

Powers of the Windemere Seas: Pesky Pirates

Can’t talk about the good guys without touching the bad guys, but these aren’t always the bad guys.  Close enough though.  Pirates are a favorite enemy in adventure stories.   573 more words

Writing