Sahibs of the Sea

At the dawn of the seventeenth century the Dutch and English seek to establish trade with the Far East. They know they face formidable opposition from the Portuguese, but don't realise they will be opposing one another in a life and death struggle in the East Indies and India. Sahibs of the Sea is a novel of adventure, romance and betrayal that spans the known world at that time. By going to the F More

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Published by Bookpal Australia
Words: 197,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781907732553
About David Halge

David Halge was born in India where he completed degree after migrating to Australia where he has lived for the last forty years. After retiring from the West Australian Public Service he devoted his time to writing. It is from the land of his birth that he are to follow. Through this book, and the sequels, David has tried to paint a picture of the beginnings of the hybrid Anglo Indian community and their struggle to exist in a land they never accepted and most of his education gaining a Master of Business draws inspiration for this novel and the sequels that which never accepted them.

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