The Following Sea

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The Following Sea is the third book in the Pirate Wolf Trilogy which began with Across A Moonlit Sea and The Iron Rose. This is Gabriel Dante's story involving sunken treasure ships, revenge, and love on the high seas. More

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Words: 95,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987702371
About Marsha Canham

Author of 16 Historical Romances and one contemp, my first book, China Rose, was published in 1984. Since then my historical romances have consistently appear on the USA Today list. I have been honored to be the recipient of multiple awards from Romantic Times, including 2 Lifetime Achievement awards, Storyteller of the Year, Medieval of the Year, Swashbuckler of the Year, as well as having been awarded one of a very few five star reviews handed out by Kathe Robin for The Blood of Roses. The Iron Rose was also named as one of the seven best Fiction books of the year by Publishers Weekly.

A print author since the early 80's, it has been truly wonderful to be able to reissue my early books in digital format. Some, like China Rose, Bound by the Heart, and The Wind and the Sea, have not been available to readers for twenty five years. It was The Wind and the Sea, in fact, that inspired Romantic Times to create the category "Swashbuckler of the Year" and it won the very first award.

I write the type of books that I love to read...full of action, drama, intrigue, and of course...romance. I am inspired by the old swashbuckling movies I grew up watching staring the likes of Errol Flynn, Clark Gable, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Randolph Scott, Tyrone Power...bigger than life heroes matched with equally gutsy heroines. I write, in fact, as if there is a movie playing out in my mind and my hope is that readers enjoy what they *see* as much as I do.

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Review by: sandra thomsen on April 22, 2012 : (no rating)
Welcome back Marsha. I reread The Iron Rose before I read The following Sea. It was a nice transition to the new book. I enjoyed the book. I realized how uch I missed Marsha. I sure do love a good adventure tale.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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