New Release: Five Guns Blazing by Emma Rose Millar & Kevin Allen


From London’s grimy workhouses via a sugar plantation to life on the High Seas: follow Laetitia Beedham in this colourful adventure as she grows up, beginning her journey in darkest London and to the hot sun of the Caribbean! We think it’s a real page-turner!

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“Never had she imagined she would be brought so low, and all for the love of a very bad man.”

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Convict’s daughter, Laetitia Beedham, is set on an epic journey from the back streets of London, through transportation to Barbados and gruelling plantation life, into the clutches of notorious pirates John ‘Calico Jack’ Rackham, Mary Read and the treacherous Anne Bonny.

In a world of villainy and deceit, where black men are kept in chains and a woman will sell her daughter for a few gold coins, Laetitia can find no one in whom to place her trust.

As the King’s men close in on the pirates and the noose begins to tighten around their necks, who will win her loyalty and her heart?

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Find this rollicking read on Amazon UK, Amazon US and Smashwords!

jolly roger

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About Stephanie Patterson

I'm a writer, editor and publisher. I have gained extensive experience in critiquing and editing manuscripts over the last ten years, with an independent publisher, and with a number of independent authors.
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2 Responses to New Release: Five Guns Blazing by Emma Rose Millar & Kevin Allen

  1. Pingback: FIVE GUNS BLAZING: a rip-roaring page-turner | Jeff Gardiner's Blog

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