The Butcher's Daughter (A Journey Between Worlds)

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Based on true historical events, this is a story about war, romance, betrayal and adventure on the high seas. The 16th century were wild times in the New World. Meet Captain Mary and her crew of buccaneers who roam the Caribbean looking for Aztec gold until they are caught up in the war between England and Spain.. More

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About Mark McMillin

Mark currently lives in the Atlanta area of Georgia. He is an attorney by training, but has always enjoyed history and writing.

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About the Series: Captain Mary, the Queen's Privateer
In an age ruled by iron men, in a world of new discovery and Spanish gold, a young Irishwoman named Mary rises from the ashes of her broken childhood with ships and men-at-arms under her command. She and her loyal crew prowl the Caribbean and prosper in the New World for a time until the ugly past Mary has fled from in the old one finds her.

The Butcher's Daughter: Across the great ocean to the east, war is coming. The King of Spain is assembling the most powerful armada the world has ever seen - an enormous beast - to invade England and depose the “heretic” Protestant queen. To have any chance against the wealth and might of Spain, England will need every warship, she will need every able captain. To this purpose, Queen Elizabeth spares Mary from the headman’s axe for past sins in exchange for her loyalty, her ships and fighting men. Based on true historical events, this is an epic story about war, adventure, love and betrayal told in two books: The Butcher’s Daughter and Blood for Blood. This is a timeless story about vengeance. This is a tale of heartbreak…

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AristoKat reviewed on April 23, 2018

A pirate book as pirate books should be. Bit on the fantastic side at times but over all a very nice read if you are into these kind of stories. Not everything is glory and guts, day to day life, mishaps, tragedy, it's all in there. I literally "consumed" the book and had it finished in no time (unfortunately), well worth the money. Hope there will be more like this in the future.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
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