Under the Jolly Roger

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In London to hook up with her beloved Jaimy, Jacky Faber spies him holding hands with another girl, destroying Jacky’s dreams of marriage and family. Too angry to listen to explanations, she flees. A press gang mistakes her for a man, and once again she finds herself serving in the Royal Navy. Even though she reveals her true identity to the captain, he refuses to dismiss her, for he wants to bed her with or without her permission. Thus begins Jacky’s newest nautical adventure that includes smugglers, spies, sea battles, her own ship, and being declared a pirate.

Written for young adults, this third book in the Bloody Jack Adventures series will enthrall readers as much as the first. Headstrong and rash, Jacky nevertheless finds intriguing solutions to the dilemmas she faces. The twists and turns will keep readers guessing until the very end. (Ages 12+)

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Century

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(US) $17.00

ISBN
(US) 015205345X

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Hardback

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518

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