Captain's Woman

Captain s Woman SHE WAS DISGUISED AS A BOYForced to flee England to escape her lecherous kinsmen she was a stowaway on a pirate ship with a secret as dangerous as her life BUT SHE WAS ALWAYS A WOMAN She served her

  • Title: Captain's Woman
  • Author: Saliee O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9780671812874
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • SHE WAS DISGUISED AS A BOYForced to flee England to escape her lecherous kinsmen, she was a stowaway on a pirate ship, with a secret as dangerous as her life.BUT SHE WAS ALWAYS A WOMAN She served her Captain, a man cold as ice But her love couldn t touch him, for he had a secret as mysterious as his stormy pastPTAIN S WOMANA novel of flaming passion, a woman s enduringSHE WAS DISGUISED AS A BOYForced to flee England to escape her lecherous kinsmen, she was a stowaway on a pirate ship, with a secret as dangerous as her life.BUT SHE WAS ALWAYS A WOMAN She served her Captain, a man cold as ice But her love couldn t touch him, for he had a secret as mysterious as his stormy pastPTAIN S WOMANA novel of flaming passion, a woman s enduring love and the storms that beset it.

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    About "Saliee O'Brien"

    1. Saliee O'Brien

      Pseudonym of Frankie Lee Griggs Janas She wrote hundreds of novels and short stories, publishing under pseudonyms including Marie Eyre, Francesca Greer, and Stuart Jason.She was born 19 November 1908 in Appleton City, Missouri, the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Griggs and Lillian Maud Bremer She later moved to Austin, Texas where she met and married Thurlow B Weed, Jr They were later divorced, and she and her son Thurlow B Weed III moved to Hollywood, Florida There she remarried to Leroy Zelley, whom she outlived, and later married newspaper editor Eugene Janas Frankie Lee Griggs Janas died 15 February 2002, and was buried next to her husband in Hollywood Memorial Gardens.Her first publication was a short ghost story that was printed in her hometown newspaper when she was 12 years old Her final book was Cayo , a historical fiction set in Key West, Florida, and published in 1983.Her son having predeceased her, her grandson Thurlow B Weed IV became her literary heir There were a number of manuscripts MSS that were never published Of particular interest is a collection of short stories written in the 1950s They are historical fiction as well as biographical fiction They are being transcribed, edited,and published as Kindle editions Other previously unpublished works are being reviewed for possible publication.

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    1. Publication Info: Pocket Books, December 1979 Setting: 1714 England/Bahamas/Cuba Timespan: Six years Narration: First Person Heroine: Mary Read Hero: Captain Roger Courtney Bodice Ripper: Yes Raped Heroine? Yes MY GRADE: cThis is one crazy story. The heroine, Mary, is nineteen and living at her deceased grandmother’s home, which is now being run by the grandmother’s male relative. Mary is using the name George Read because she’s been living the last five years of her life as a boy. Her mot [...]




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