Peter Mulready

Biography

Peter Mulready served for eight years in the Royal Australian Navy before pursuing a corporate and business career.

The ocean has always enthralled Peter. As a young boy he was captivated by the story of the Mahogany Ship in a junior encyclopaedia. It was not until much later that he visited the site, hoping to stumble upon the mythical wreck. While on the dunes Peter met a lone searcher armed with an auger. This man was his inspiration for Jake Gibson in Cross the Vatican Line.

Peter lives with his wife in Buderim on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.

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Books

Cross the Vatican Line; The Search for the Mahogany Ship
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 126,200. Language: English. Published: February 17, 2011 . Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Historical » General
The Portuguese, it is said by some, charted the east coast of Australia 250 years before Captain Cook. One old man searches the dunes to uncover the legendary Mahogany Ship said to be one of the Caravels that sailed on a secret mission known by just a few and forgotten in time.

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