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AMBER WAKE: Gabriel Falling (The Razor's Adventures Pirate Tales) Kindle Edition
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The autumn of 1705 brings Royal Navy Captain Gabriel Wallace to face an enemy within the ranks of the Admiralty itself that threatens his career, his reputation, his family, and something even more far-reaching in its plot.
With Admiral Chambers, the mastermind fearfully known as the Chambers of Hell, out for his destruction, the crew of his former command, the Majesty's Venture, mutinies from the Royal Navy, and Wallace agrees to become captain once again.
Now a pirate by situation, Wallace sets out for the Colonies and the Caribbean. Will his crew remain loyal? Will his lifelong friend, Miles Jacobs, follow Wallace blindly? Finally, will the young Lieutenant Maddox Carbonale stay under the command of Wallace or have plans of his own?
With these questions in his thoughts, Gabriel Wallace wages war on Chambers and goes after the largest haul in the history of the Spanish Main.
If you love tales of adventure, of the sea, of the struggles of men, and nods to history, this is your book. Read Amber Wake: Gabriel Falling and you'll have a new appreciation for all of The Razor's Adventures Pirate Tales.
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By Ontheland on July 15 2016
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I thoroughly enjoyed this adventure tale--first because scenes are vivid and second because the main character is a complex but 'good' person. New to pirate tales, I was pleased that I explored a new genre.
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