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Sails of Blood is a 90,000 word novel of historical fiction which begins after pirate Anne Bonny disappears from history.

By Carol Busby

Infamous Caribbean pirate Anne Bonny thrust her sword into the captain of the British patrol ship. Then she wiped the blade clean on her pants. Shaking her fiery red hair, Anne knows that she hasn’t lost her touch since becoming a wife and mother. But she is tired of smuggling and wants to retire.

Before she can, however, evil baronet Jonathan Woolrich recognizes her. He threatens to expose her past and have her returned to Jamaica to be hanged along with her crew of smugglers. Woolrich wants her to take one more trip bringing British convicts to Virginia from Jamaica. Woolrich has information that outlawed Irish rebel Conor Flynn is hidden among the convicts. If Anne can bring him Flynn, he will collect a huge reward.

But during the voyage, Anne’s ship runs into a hurricane and then into another British patrol. She loses most of the convicts and, worse, the rebel Flynn who is captured by the British.

Furious, the baronet insists on a second voyage. But this time, Anne and her crew devise a plan to free the convicts and make it look like they were all lost when the ship went down.

The baronet, as she fully expects, turns her in to the authorities and Anne goes on trial for her life.

Will she prevail over the truth? Can she get revenge on the baronet and then put her past to rest for good?




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