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It is the year before the Spanish Armada. Prince Michael, an English gentleman adventurer, and his flotilla have been ignominiously smashed by the Spanish while attempting to seize the Panamanian treasure port of Nombre de Dios. It’s the most decisive naval defeat the English have ever suffered at the hands of the Spanish. Even worse, Michael is taken prisoner. As a political pawn in the struggle between Elizabeth and Philip, Protestant versus Catholic, the consequences of his capture may prove catastrophic for England. Read more

About Stephen Kinnaman

Stephen Kinnaman is an offshore and marine technology professional with over thirty-five years of experience. He was born in 1950 and grew up in upstate New York and New Jersey. He and his wife, Maureen, currently reside in Chappell Hill, Texas. Read more

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NAME OF GOD, eh?” grunted Captain Pett. “For once the Dons got it right!” Savouring his flash of insight, Pett again scanned the emerald-green hills lying no more than a league away.
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