David Twiddy first attempted to write a pirate novel at age ten. Twenty-three years later, he finally finished one. David is a stay-at-home dad and lives in Massachusetts. His next novel is tentatively sent in Ptolemaic Egypt, during the glory years of the Great Library of Alexandria.
Jesuit Lies or a Pirate's Fortune? Pirate Captain Tomcat Barrel wasn't happy to find himself with a hold full of Jesuits instead of treasure, but the Black Robes swear they know the location of a trove of gold. Now the question is whether Black Lips Hetchy or Don Escrado, Squire Phosper's philosophical monkeys or his enticing daughter, Jesuit poison or Tomcat's own crew is the greater danger!